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Private Half-Day Third Reich Walking Tour
"On this tour you will walk along the former government area of the Nazis where they planned the Second World War and the Holocaust. Some buildings are still intact as Goering's Air Defence Ministry where he coordinated the Battle of Britain and Goebbel's you will learn more about the reasons for the Nazis' rise to power how Hitler's ideology led to World War II and the destruction of Europe and how today's Germany deals with its past.""""This tour will take you back to the history. Learn all about the Nazis' rise to power Hitler's plans for Berlin and his end in the bunker. See the authentic site of the former heart of the Nazis' government area and the headquarters of their terror regime.On this tour you will see the location of Hitler's bunker in which he commit Goebbel's Propaganda Ministry and the site of Hitler's New Chancellery."
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Berlin Small-Group Half-Day Walking Tour: David Bowie and the End of the World with a Historian Guide
"When David Bowie moved to Berlin in 1976 he found an island of Cold War angst “cut off from its world art and culture dying with no hope of retribution.” This tour takes you back to the decadent 1970’s city that inspired Bowie’s classic Berlin albums Low Heroes and Lodger. Starting at Cold War West Berlin’s decadent heart Zoo Station
From $90.00
 
Discover Berlin Half-Day Walking Tour
"Start your 4-hour walking tour in either East Berlin or West Berlin. Your guide will begin with an overview of how Berlin was founded and will continue explaining the long complex and fascinating history of Germany’s capital city throughout your tour. Stroll down the Unter den Linden boulevard linking the Stadtschloss royal palace to Pariser Platz and Brandenburg Gate. As Berlin grew and expanded to the west Unter den Linden became the grandest and best-known street in the city by the 19th century.Visit Museum Island the Neue Wache memorial and the Berlin State Library where Albert Einstein once worked
From EUR14.00

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Jewish Museum

Berlin's Jewish Museum is the largest museum of its type in Europe and is a must see on any visit to Berlin. It is also the most significant example of contemporary architecture in Berlin.The museum...
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Aug 11, 2006

The Jewish Museum

The Jewish Museum charts the history of Jews in Germany over the course of 2,000 years. The entrance to the museum is via the former Collegienhaus built in 1735, and almost totally destroyed during...
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alancollins
Nov 10, 2007

Garden of Exile and Holocaust Tower

In a museum of superlatives, the Holocaust Tower is the most remarkable for its lack of anything. The only void outside the main building, it is an irregularly shaped plain concrete space rising 25...
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nicolaitan
Feb 10, 2008

Architecture

A complete understanding of the Jewish Museum requires appreciation of the concepts incorporated into the remarkable and extremely controversial building designed by the noted architect Daniel...
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nicolaitan
Feb 05, 2008

Judisches museum

I was never more impressed by a sculpture than by 'fallen leaves' in the Jewish Museum. You were supposed to walk on the iron 'faces' and that made a lot of noice since the sculpture is located in a...
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Emke
Feb 29, 2004

The Museum Proper

The Jewish Museum is incredibly comprehensive, documenting in written and spoken word, photographs, drawings, art, and interactive exhibits the complex German-Jewish relationship. Ostensibly broken up...
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nicolaitan
Feb 10, 2008

Axes and Voids

The ground level of the museum is comprised of three corridors called axes intersecting to form a central undecorated triangle. The Axis of Emigration leads to the Garden of Exile. It narrows and the...
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nicolaitan
Feb 10, 2008

An Interactive Lesson in Jewish History

Architecturally, the building is unlike any other in Berlin. A break-line which runs through it reminds the visitor of the tragic end of the proud and successful Jewish community in Germany. At the...
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iblatt
Oct 05, 2008

It makes you think

I visited the Jewish Museum, intending to stay only a couple of hours. I left about six hours later, and would probably have stayed longer only I had to meet someone.The museum traces the history of...
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planxty
Jan 13, 2005

Body and Soul

The Jewish Museum Berlin is famous for the way its architecture communicates to visitors and the surrounding world. The opinions are as many as there are visitors (a lot!). The architect, Daniel...
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kanjon
Apr 04, 2011

Jewish Museum

The Jewish museum is one of the new attractions of Berlin, thousands of people are visiting every day. Its architecture by Daniel Libeskind is amazing. The building is zigzag shaped, on the outside it...
sabsi
Sep 16, 2003

Prepare to be confused

This museum, designed by the world famous Polish-American architect, Daniel Libeskind, is a mixture of both old and new.Entry is through the former Kollegienhaus, a fine Baroque building which dates...
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Oct 14, 2014
 
 
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Things to Do Near Jewish Museum

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Berlinische Galerie - Museum of Modern Art

A short walk from the Jewish Museum this "museum" (with a gallery feel) features mixed media art done by either artists from Berlin or those from other places who work in Berlin. There is an...
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Wall Museum - Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie

On June 22, 1990, as the Berlin Wall crumbled, the famed Allied sentry post known as “Checkpoint Charlie” was officially closed in a military ceremony. Before its removal, the unassuming guardhouse...
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Topography of Terror

Anyone who has an interest in where the Nazis held their seat of power may want to include Wilhelmstrasse on their itinerary - but it has to be stressed that very few buildings have survived from that...
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Museum für Kommunikation - Museum for Communication

Museum for Communication was established in 1995 in this building which is imposing example of Wilhelmine architecture. The museum is charged with documenting all aspects of the history of...
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Friedrichstrasse

I made another visit to Dussmann Culture Store in Friedrichstrasse as I had heard about its vertical garden at the back of the store. More than 6,000 tropical plants, with 157 species cover an area of...
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Deutsches Technikmuseum - German Technical Museum

The German Technical Museum [ Deutsches Technikmuseum ] is near the U Bahn station Gleisdreieck. Leave station follow the signs to museum about 250 m walk. You pass a Mercure hotel. Then suddenly you...
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Getting to Jewish Museum

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Lindenstraße 9-14, Berlin-Kreuzberg

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  • Sunday 10:00 to 20:00
  • Monday 10:00 to 22:00
  • Tuesday 10:00 to 20:00
  • Wednesday 10:00 to 20:00
  • Thursday 10:00 to 20:00
  • Friday 10:00 to 20:00
  • Saturday 10:00 to 20:00

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