Jewish Museum Berlin
Lindenstra├če 9-14

The Jewish Museum in Berlin was opened in 2001 and is considered as one of the most symbolic monuments in the city because of its spectacular architecture. It has a permanent collection and various temporary exhibitions.

The permanent exhibition covers around 3,000 square metres and displays around 2,000 years of Jewish History in Germany. The collection includes everyday objects from works of art to photographs and letters. There are also interactive and multimedia devices which show what life was like for Jews living in Germany.

Apart from the temporary exhibitions, the Jewish Museum in Berlin hosts a programme of cultural activities which explain the background to Jewish history and culture in Germany. There is a learning centre in the museum called the Rafael Roth Learning Center, a library, forum for investigation and debating, and finally Liebermanns Restaurant which serves Jewish dishes.

The Jewish Museum in Berlin holds concerts, conferences, films and guided tours in many languages.

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