The Jewish Museum is famous for the design of Daniel Libeskin, a Polish architect. Daniel Libeskind was born in 1946 in a Jewish family of Nazi Holocaust survivors in Poland. His parents, as well as 10 siblings, had been persecuted in Auschwitz, and only his father and an aunt survived. In 1959, when he was only 13 years old, Liebeskin moved to Israel with his family and later to New York by boat. Liebeskin is also the leading architect of the new World Tower built on the site of the World Trade Center in New York. Because of his family background and his Jewish identity, he had a profound understanding of the suffering and persecution suffered by Jews during World War II. At the beginning of the design of the Jewish Museum, it attracted the attention of all parties and caused a lot of controversy. There were different voices in the public and official. After several rounds of negotiations and debates, the dust finally settled. Finally, the Jewish Museum was established not to hate, but to let the people understand Jewish culture, values and Jewish history. There are many irregular scratches and openings on the wall of titanium and zinc metal, which represent the wounds and wounds of Jews during World War II. The interior space also has small windows and inclined windows with different rules, which seem to be the limited space seen from outside the prison. This is an excellent example of expressing history through architecture. The Jewish culture displayed in it shows the indelible contribution made by Jews in German history.
Recalling the history of that time, it is extremely tragic.
犹太博物馆是一个你应该静下心来慢慢品味的地方这里靠着马路的部分以一座看上去不大的历史建筑作为门面 事实上大部分的展厅全都被放置在了地下 而地上的花园则保留了一定历史纪念的元素展厅的布局大致以X型不规则的动线设计 包括赫赫有名的曲线屋顶以及地下一个个脸的最后一条可以走上去的道路都有一种肃然起劲的感觉 展览主要通过各式各样的文献以及叙述形式进行 更加的注重互动性的体验
The first time I felt that the charm of the building could be so great, even I wanted to spend half an hour walking around here for a long time. I've never seen such a wonderful Museum before. It's so Kaisen. Haha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
This is the largest Jewish History Museum in Europe. Its winding, angular and narrow appearance gives people a strong sense of visual impact. It seems that the ups and downs of the Jewish nation can be felt through architecture, and it is worth visiting here to learn about Jewish history.
The Jewish Museum, located at the junction of Fifth Avenue and 92nd Street in Berlin, Germany, was built from 1993 to 1995 to commemorate the six million Jews who died in the Third Reich and has a history of nearly two thousand years in Germany.
I went to the old Hall of the Jewish Museum after 6 p.m., the shocking exhibition, and after watching the oppressive breathless, but for the Museum, it's very worth seeing, and the design is very good. I don't know why. I didn't receive my ticket that night, but I need to check my luggage.
The Berlin Jewish Museum is about the history, humanities and science of the Jewish race. It shows that many famous people in the world are Jews. Levis is now the world's famous jeans brand, also derived from the name of a Jew, he is also the inventor of jeans.
In the appreciation of some buildings, there is no need to think too much, to see too much, or even to find a special commentary. When you stand in front of it, you can feel the meaning it expresses, more precisely, the emotions it expresses, and reach emotional resonance.
The Jewish Museum in Berlin is the largest Jewish Museum in Europe. It records the history of Nazi persecution of Jews in Germany. It also gives people a profound understanding of this history with exhibits and historical interpretation. Germany admires the fact that it can face up to this period of history.