Many German synagogues were ransacked and more than two hundred of them were even burned down on Kristallnacht, November 9 1938. Among them was the Synagogue on the Lindenstrasse in Berlin, that had been built by architects Cremer and Wolffenstein in 1881. This modest page memorial for the Lindenstrasse Synagogue by the Polish-Israeli architect Zvi Hecker brings back the memory and traces of Jewish life in Kreuzberg that had been erased completely for many years. Hecker has done so by reconstructing the arrangement of benches that had once stood in the synagogue. The focus on this element reinforces a sensation of absence of the synagogue and even more, the loss of its congregation.