It’s just a bus stop in a city in northern Germany.
But for some of the migrant women who’ve escaped violent and abusive relationships, it’s also a second birthplace.
“The emotional connection to this place is so deep,” says Irina Bedavi, who works with a network of activists helping women in Germany escape abusive situations.
“This [is] where they start over again,” Bedavi tells me, standing under the bus shelter. “The start of a new life and safe existence.”