The Jewish Museum in Berlin is a must for any visitor to the city.
The permanent exhibition in Daniel Libeskind's breathtaking building charts the course of German-Jewish history. Everyday objects and works of art, photos and letters, interaction elements and media stations covering 13 different eras from the Middle Ages through to the present day reflect Jewish culture in Germany and show how closely Jewish life is linked with German history. The museum also hosts a variety of special exhibitions.
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