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On the trail of Alexander von Humboldt in Berlin-Mitte

Learn more about Alexander von Humboldt's life in Berlin-Mitte at this joint event organized by the Mendelssohn Society and the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities. A city tour with Ingo Schwarz/Katja Schicht. We meet at the corner... moreabout: On the trail of Alexander von Humboldt in Berlin-Mitte

Date:
Thursday, 13/June/2024 14:00
Venue:
Mendelssohn-Remise
Address:
Jägerstraße 51, 10117 Berlin-Mitte

The Mendelssohns in Friedrichstadt

This 2-hour city tour is about houses and people in the New Era quarter. With Eva Gosh/Karin Maaß. We meet at the corner of Markgrafenstr. and Jägerstr. Meeting point: corner of Markgrafenstr. and Jägerstr. Price: €10.00 Booking: Please register by... moreabout: The Mendelssohns in Friedrichstadt

Date:
Friday, 14/June/2024 14:00
Venue:
Mendelssohn-Remise
Address:
Jägerstraße 51, 10117 Berlin-Mitte

The Lindenrolle

We invite you to take a walk along Berlin's most famous boulevard, Unter den Linden. City guide and author Dorothee Nolte will take you to places of the Mendelssohns, commented on by Heinrich Heine. We meet at the granite bowl in front of the Altes Museum... moreabout: The Lindenrolle

Date:
Sunday, 15/September/2024 14:00
Venue:
Mendelssohn-Remise
Address:
Jägerstraße 51, 10117 Berlin-Mitte

On the trail of Wilhelm von Humboldt in Berlin-Mitte

Dorothee Nolte, author of "Wilhelm von Humboldt - a life portrait in anecdotes" invites you to a 2-hour city tour in Berlin-Mitte. We will meet at the corner of Markgrafenstrasse and Jägerstrasse. Meeting point: Markgrafenstr./corner of Jägerstr. Price:... moreabout: On the trail of Wilhelm von Humboldt in Berlin-Mitte

Date:
Sunday, 09/June/2024 14:00
Venue:
Mendelssohn-Remise
Address:
Jägerstraße 51, 10117 Berlin-Mitte

"To Potsdam, to Potsdam! This is how I beautified the city." - The transformation of Potsdam under Frederick II.

"To Potsdam, to Potsdam! That's what I need to be happy. When you see this city, you will surely like it." Potsdam is the life's work of Frederick the Great. He preferred to reside in Potsdam rather than Berlin and had the city redesigned according... moreabout: "To Potsdam, to Potsdam! This is how I beautified the city." - The transformation of Potsdam under Frederick II.

Date:
Saturday, 21/September/2024 17:30
Venue:
Park Sanssouci - Schloss Sanssouci
Address:
Maulbeerallee, 14469 Potsdam

SPANDAU'S TREASURES

17.11.2023 - 3.3.2024 The archive of the Spandau City History Museum has been housed in the Palas of the Citadel for 40 years. The exhibition "Spandau's Treasures" provides insights into the history and diverse holdings of the archive, which extend far... moreabout: SPANDAU'S TREASURES

Homeless art possessions: museum presentation forms in the New Wing

for over 200 years, Charlottenburg Palace served almost all Prussian rulers and their families as a place of representation or as a private retreat. After the end of the monarchy, it was opened to the general public as a museum palace and was destroyed... moreabout: Homeless art possessions: museum presentation forms in the New Wing

Date:
Thursday, 18/April/2024 15:00
Venue:
Schloss Charlottenburg
Address:
Spandauer Damm 22, 14059 Berlin-Charlottenburg

Royal interiors and art-historical masterpieces: The New Pavilion of Friedrich Wilhelm III.

for over 200 years, Charlottenburg Palace served almost all Prussian rulers and their families as a place of representation or as a private retreat. After the end of the monarchy, it was opened to the general public as a museum palace and was destroyed... moreabout: Royal interiors and art-historical masterpieces: The New Pavilion of Friedrich Wilhelm III.

Date:
Thursday, 17/October/2024 15:00
Venue:
Neuer Pavillon im Schlosspark Charlottenburg
Address:
Spandauer Damm 24, 14059 Berlin-Charlottenburg

Charlottenburg - a "Hohenzollern Museum?": Contemporary forms of commemoration of the former ruling dynasty

for over 200 years, Charlottenburg Palace served almost all Prussian rulers and their families as a place of representation or as a private retreat. After the end of the monarchy, it was opened to the general public as a museum palace and was destroyed... moreabout: Charlottenburg - a "Hohenzollern Museum?": Contemporary forms of commemoration of the former ruling dynasty

Date:
Thursday, 12/December/2024 15:00
Venue:
Schloss Charlottenburg
Address:
Spandauer Damm 22, 14059 Berlin-Charlottenburg

West!

Since 2012, the museum has been presenting its art historical research as well as its urban and everyday history collection in the Villa Oppenheim near Charlottenburg Palace. moreabout: West!

Hammer, compass, Star of David? Jews in the GDR.

After the atrocities of the Holocaust, only a few thousand Jews lived in the eastern sector of Berlin. Over the next few years, many emigrated abroad or to the West. However, some returned from exile after the war for political and ideological reasons... moreabout: Hammer, compass, Star of David? Jews in the GDR.

Date:
Sunday, 17/March/2024 14:15 (3 more dates)
Venue:
Neue Synagoge - Centrum Judaicum
Address:
Oranienburger Straße 28, 10117 Berlin-Mitte

Spandau's treasures

The archive of the Spandau City History Museum has been housed in the Palas of the Citadel for 40 years. The exhibition "Spandau's Treasures" provides an insight into the history and diverse holdings of the archive, which extend far beyond the year 1983... moreabout: Spandau's treasures

Date:
Sunday, 03/March/2024 15:00
Venue:
Zitadelle Spandau
Address:
Am Juliusturm 64, 13599 Berlin-Spandau

Berlin - A post-colonial metropolis

BOOK LAUNCH: A city guide by Oumar Diallo and Dr. Joachim Zeller The book provides insights into Berlin's short-lived role as a center of German colonial imperialism around 1900. The authors focus on the Mitte district and present a selection of important... moreabout: Berlin - A post-colonial metropolis

Date:
Wednesday, 06/March/2024 18:30
Venue:
Mitte Museum
Address:
Pankstraße 47, 13357 Berlin-Wedding

Berlin 1933-1945

The exhibition "Berlin 1933-1945. Between Propaganda and Terror" focuses on National Socialist policies in Berlin and their consequences for the city and its population. moreabout: Berlin 1933-1945

CollectorsPieces

In the Villa Oppenheim, the works of the Charlottenburg Art Collection are on public display for the first time in one place. moreabout: CollectorsPieces

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