Jewish Berlin

Jewish Berlin

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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

Date not announced yet

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

07 - 17 November 2019

The Days of Jewish Culture is an annual 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

8 - 17 September 2019

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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