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I took the tram to the station Ehrhardstraße, which is very close to the hash already. The exact coordinates were between the bike path and the tram tracks. On the other side of the train tracks, the Ahlem memorial is located, a memorial for the victims of national socialism. Until 1942, the building was the Ahlem Israelite Gardening School.
After recording proof, I went to the site of the former concentration camp, which is a kilometer away. There is a Mahnmal here, a word which does not have an English equivalent according to Wikidata. Adjacent to this area is the English Cemetery, where thousands of Commonwealth soldiers who died in the Second World War rest.
In the tram on the way back, I hit the coordinates of the Geohash again, according to the phone.
I was there, too!
| Fippe earned the Land geohash achievement
| Fippe earned the Public transport geohash achievement
| Fippe earned the Earliest geohasher achievement
| GeorgDerReisende earned the Land geohash achievement