About Jewish Museum – Berlin
The Jewish Museum in Berlin in Germany chronicles the history of German Jews over the course of two millennia. Housed in an incredibly modern building, the Berlin Jewish Museum displays historical objects, documents, photographs, multimedia presentations and even computer games relating to different periods of Jewish history and culture.
The exhibitions at the Jewish Museum in Berlin are arranged chronologically and cover various themes such as the living conditions of German Jews over the centuries, the role of Jewish women, tradition and change and the meaning of emancipation.
The Berlin Jewish Museum also looks at the issue of persecution, in particular during the Nazi era and the Holocaust, offering an insight into both the overall historical context and the lives of individual victims of the atrocities.
The Reichstag Building was the seat of the German Government from 1894 to 1933 and is now the seat of the German Bundestag.
Sachsenhausen was a Nazi concentration camp 35km outside of Berlin during the Second World War.
Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz was the site where the Nazis planned the extermination of the Jews known as the Holocaust.
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