It was on this link road in South Nuremberg that flower vendor Enver Şimşek was murdered, on 9 September 2000. Only another flower stall, standing in the same spot in the summer of 2012, recalls the Nazi murder: nothing more.
The German-Iranian daughter of a Cologne grocer was seriously injured in a bomb attack on the shop on 19 January 2001.
The second murder victim, Abdurrahim Özüdoğru, was found shot dead in his shop on 13 June 2001. His alteration shop was in the middle of a residential area in the southern part of Nuremberg.
Süleyman Taşköprü was shot in Hamburg on 27 June 2001, just 14 days after the second murder in Nuremberg. His father found him in the family grocery store in the Bahrenfeld district.
On this four-lane street in Munichs Ramersdorf district on the 29th August 2001, Nazis killed Habil Kılıç in his greengrocery shop. This busy road today still has a police station close by.
Mehmet Turgut was assassinated on 24 February 2004 in Rostock. At the end of an anti-fascist memorial service in the Toitenwinkel district in the spring of 2012, Nazis tried to attack the participants. They had spraypainted the words "DÖNER MORD HA HA" (DOENER MURDER HA HA) onto the scene beforehand.
nail bomb on 9 June 2004 in Colognes Keupstrasse injured 22 people, some fatally. A hair salon was almost completely destroyed by the force of the bomb, and many in the busy shopping street fell victim to the flying nails.
Here, too, there is nothing to mark the events of 9 June 2005, the day İsmail Yaşar was murdered by Nazis in his kebab stall - on the premises of a supermarket, once again in the southern district of Nuremberg.
A bus stop right outside the entrance, adjacent to the Middle Ring Expressway, at the intersection to a four-lane main road with constant trams: here in the center of Munich, Theodore Boulgarides was shot, in his shop, on 15 June 2005.
Mehmet Kubaşık was murdered in Dortmund on 4th April 2006. A memorial has stood here since September 2012, in memory of the victims of the neo-Nazi serial murders.
From the internet cafe where Nazis murdered the owner, Halit Yozgat, on 6th April 2006, it is but a few short meters to the nearest police station. Especially critical in this murder in Kassel: A former employee of the Verfassungsschutz (Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution) was in the cafe at the time of the attack, and reportedly did not notice the actions of the "National Socialist Underground".
The last known victim of Nazi terrorists, police officer Michele Kiesewetter, was murdered on the 25th April 2007 in Heilbronn while on patrol in a police vehicle. Her colleague survived, although seriously injured.