Berlin life in the Biedermeier era

Everyday life and living (1815 - 1848)

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  • Knoblauchhaus
    Michael Setzpfandt

    Knoblauchhaus

  • Knoblauchhaus
    Michael Setzpfandt

    Knoblauchhaus

The Knoblauchhaus is one of the few 18th century Berlin town houses still preserved in its original location. Original reconstructed living rooms are dedicated to the members of the Knoblauch family and convey the attitude to life at that time. Objects of daily use, pictures and family documents inform about social life, economy, politics and architecture of that time.

Runtime: from January 2007

Price info: Admission free, donations requested

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