Not really Jewish, just to see, it was a bit of a surprise to see the introduction...the Jews made a great contribution to the cultural, scientific, political and economic development of Frankfurt
Shows the Jewish history of Frankfurt and Germany. The themes of the exhibition include the beginning of the immigration of Jews in the 12th century and the end of the Frankfurt Jewish Quarter
The Jewish Museum is also a very important venue. Here you can see a lot of things about the Jews in the 30,000-plus period, and there are also powerful introductions to the Jews who were destroyed in Germany during World War II.
The Jewish Museum is a place where you should calm down and savor slowly. The part of the road near the road has a small historical building as the facade. In fact, most of the exhibition halls are placed underground and the garden on the ground is preserved. The layout of a certain historical memorial element exhibition hall is roughly designed with an X-shaped irregular movement line. It includes the famous curved roof and the last road that can be walked up. There is a sense of awe-inspiring feeling. The exhibition is mainly through various types. Such kind of literature and narrative form for a more interactive experience
The history of Jewish people living in Germany is not only related to the brutal World War II. In fact, it is very long and closely related. What is shown here is this complete process. Of course, World War II is a very important part.
For the appreciation of some buildings, you don't need to think too much, don't read too much, or even find a special commentary. When you stand in front of it, you can feel the meaning it expresses, more precisely, you can feel the emotion it expresses and achieve emotional resonance.
The Jewish Museum in Berlin is the largest Jewish museum in Europe. It records many histories of the German Nazis' persecution of Jews. It also allows people to have a deep understanding of this history following the exhibits and historical interpretation, which is very shocking. Germany can face this history and admire deeply
Preston_Dominguez: Lindenstrasse 9-14, 10969 Berlin, Germany
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Parliament Building,Berlin Cathedral,Museum Island,Brandenburg Gate,Under the Linden Trees