The memorial “Places of Remembrance”, created by the artist Renata Stih and the art historian Frieder Schnock, consists of 80 street signs, presenting anti-Jewish laws and regulations under Nazi rule. One side of each such sign shows a picture, the other a piece of anti-Jewish legislation.
Here are some examples:
The signs are scattered all over the Bavarian Quarter in Schönenberg, an area known in the 1920s as “Jewish Switzerland”, since many “well-to-do” Jews settled there. In the Bavarian Square you can find a map of the area, with green spots representing the 80 street signs.
And here’s an interesting article from the artists’ website.