Welcome to Jerusalem

Welcome to Jerusalem

11 December 2017 - 30 April 2019

A city where everyday life, religion and politics merge: The thematic exhibition "Welcome to Jerusalem" at the Jewish Museum Berlin shows a cross-section of Jerusalem's urban history on an area of 1000 square meters.

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Historical exhibits, contemporary art and media installations will be shown at selected events from Herod to the present day. Not only the historical relevance of Jerusalem is discussed, but also the current perception of the city by its inhabitants and tourists. Jerusalem is not only a spiritual centre for many different faiths, but as the capital of Israel it also has an important political significance.

Jerusalem in real-time

The objects on display are on loan from international museums. One highlight is the large model of the Islamic sacred precinct Haram esh-Sharif, of which only three exist worldwide. In the documentary "24 Jerusalem" by Volker Heise visitors can experience life in Jerusalem in real-time.

Jewish Museum on the map

Address
Lindenstraße 9
10969 Berlin
Opening Hours
11 December 2017 - 30 April 2019
Daily 10:00 - 20:00
Closed on 10, 11, and 19 September and on 24 December 2018
Admission Fee
8 Euro, reduced 3 Euro

Photo Gallery (in German)

Welcome to Jerusalem

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    Welcome to Jerusalem
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    Welcome to Jerusalem
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    Welcome to Jerusalem
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© Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Günter Schneider

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Last edited: 5. October 2018