"Thank you Daniel Liebeskind for this museum" Jewish Museum Tip by jglsongs

Jewish Museum, Berlin: 55 reviews and 112 photos

  Jüdisches Museum, Berlin
by jglsongs

The Jüdisches Museum is a work of art, an architectural emotion and perhaps the best statement on the Holocaust. The design uses long walkways to symbolize exile, emmigration, history and holocaust along with a brilliantly-designed garden.

Daniel Liebeskind (architect of NY's new Freedom Tower) designed this museum, which is incorporated with an older, ornate building along the Lindenstrasse.

Address: Lindenstraße 9-14, Berlin-Kreuzberg
Directions: U-Bahn: Hallesches Tor
Phone: (030) 30 87 85 - 681
Website: http://www.jmberlin.de

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  • Updated Jul 28, 2004
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