An early 20th century view of Nollendorfplatz, the center of gay and bohemian life in pre-World War II Germany. Theatres, cabarets, and clubs here catered to gays, lesbians, transsexuals, sadomasochists, and other members of Berlin's sexually liberated sub-culture. The Nazis attempted to eliminate all traces of that sub-culture, but today the district is once again a center of gay life.
Nollendorfplatz, Then and Now: LGBT History
This plaque at Nollendorfplatz memorializes the homosexuals who suffered because of Hitler's regime: