Jewish Berlin

Jewish Berlin

Chanukka-Lights at Brandenburger Tor
In Berlin the long tradition of Jewish religion, Jewish culture and Jewish lifestyle was once visible in many places- and is celebrating a revival. Where to find old and new traces of Jewish life in Berlin.

Sights & Museums

Jewish Museum Berlin
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Jewish Museum Berlin

The museum’s permanent historical exhibition invites visitors on a journey through two millennia of German-Jewish history. more

New Synagogue
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New Synagogue

The New Synagogue with its distincitve golden dome is an indication of the history of Berlin's former Jewish Quarter. more

Centrum Judaicum at the New Synagogue
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Centrum Judaicum

Located in the New Synagogue, the foundation Centrum Judaicum is committed to the preservation of Jewish culture. more

Hackesche Höfe
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Hackesche Höfe

The area around Hackesche Höfe was once the centre of Jewish life and culture in Berlin. more

Anne Frank Centre
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Anne Frank Centre

The permanent exhibition "Anne Frank. here & now" at the Anne Frank Centre documents the life story of Frank and makes the connection to antisemitism and discrimination in our time. more

Liebermann Villa at Wannsee
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Liebermann Villa at Wannsee

The Liebermann Villa, the former summer residence of impressionist painter Max Liebermann, is home to over 400 of his works of art. more

Jewish Community & Institutions

Rucolasalat mit gebratener Leber
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Kosher Restaurants

Kosher restaurants in Berlin by district with address and public transport links. more

Regular Events

Louis-Lewandowski-Festival
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Louis Lewandowski Festival

20 - 23 December 2018

The Louis Lewandowski Festival is a choir festival dedicated to the music of Jewish composers who emigrated from Germany. It is named after the German-Jewish composer of the same name. more

Berlin Synagogue
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Days of Jewish Culture

3 - 11 November 2018

The Days of Jewish Culture is an annual week-long festival organized by the Jewish Community of Berlin. It presents the diversity of Jewish Culture in Germany today. more

Hans Otto Theater
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Jewish Film Festival

Date not announced yet

The Jewish Film Festival captures the diversity of Jewish life on celluloid. For two weeks, filmmakers from all over the world present a varied programme. more

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