Rabbi Salomon Friedrich Rülf, born in Braunschweig and died in Vevey, was particularly active in Saarbrücken for the interests of the Jews in Saarland during the Nazi era. A memorial bearing his name was created in his honour in 2013. The Rabbi Rülf-Platz memorial is located directly in front of the Saar-Center. "The Interrupted Forest" stretches all the way up the flight of steps to the Saar and is the central memorial to the Holocaust in the entire Saarland. Our car parks Q-Park Rathaus, Q-Park Beethovenplatz as well as Q-Park Lampershof in Saarbrücken are only a few metres away from Rabbiner Rülf-Platz and parking spaces can be conveniently booked and reserved there online in advance.
Parking in Saarbrücken in the Q-Park car park
Park conveniently in our Q-Park multi-storey car parks in Saarbrücken from a low €2 per hour or part thereof or all day for just €16. Make the most of your time in Saarbrücken and visit other attractions in the city without having to change your car, such as the St. Johann town hall, the Fröschengasse or the Basilika Sankt Johann.
Parking at the Rabbi Rülf Square Memorial - Don't waste time looking for a parking space, book and reserve your parking space in one of our Q-Park car parks in Saarbrücken.