Remembering The Victims Of Love Parade In Berlin A temporary memorial site next to the Brandenburger Tor was arranged for the victims of the Love Parade in Duisburg, Germany. On July 24th, 21 people were crushed to death and 500 more were injured due to overcrowding at the only entrance and exit to the festival grounds. Love Parade was a musical festival created in the late 1980s, just months before the fall of the Wall in West Berlin.

Remembering The Victims Of Love Parade In Berlin

Love Parade Memorial

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A temporary memorial site next to the Brandenburger Tor was arranged for the victims of the Love Parade in Duisburg, Germany. On July 24th, 21 people were crushed to death and 500 more were injured due to overcrowding at the only entrance and exit to the festival grounds. Love Parade was a musical festival created in the late 1980s, just months before the fall of the Wall in West Berlin.

"With our deepest sympathy" reads a handmade sign next to the Brandenburger Tor. Monika Mueller-Kroll for NPR hide caption

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"With our deepest sympathy" reads a handmade sign next to the Brandenburger Tor.

Monika Mueller-Kroll for NPR