Jewish Berlin


Points of Interest

Abandoned Space at Koppenplatz
Artistic monument to deported Jews
Jewish Museum Berlin
Renowned architecture, exhibitions, collections
Abraham Geiger College
Germany's first post-Holocaust rabbinical school
Max Liebermann Villa on the Wannsee
Museum for impressionist painter at his former home
American Jewish Committee
On Leipziger Platz, Cold War no-man's land
Moses Mendelssohn Center for European-Jewish Studies
Research Institute at the University of Potsdam
Site of Nazi book burnings
Moses Mendelssohn tombstone
Among the graves at the Alter Judischer Friedhof
Berlinische Galerie
Houses works by Jewish artists
New Synagogue/Centrum Judaicum
Restored grand synagogue houses historical museum
Social services for Orthodox community
Ringel apartment in Charlottenburg
Helga Ruby lived here until August 1938
Ephraim Palais
Jewish banker's mid-19th century mansion
Rosenstrasse Rebellion
Sandstone monument depicts uprising of Jewish women
Fasanenstrasse Synagogue and Community Center
Center built on site of prewar Reform synagogue
Rykestraße Synagogue
Restored and operational since 2007
Goering´s Intact Ministry of Aviation
Now the seat of the German Finance Ministry
Site of Goebbel's Propaganda Ministry
Enforced Nazi ideology and regulated national culture
Grunewald train station
Monument commemorates "Platform 17" deportations
Stolpersteine - Stumbling Blocks
Berlin's first memorial blocks laid in Kreutzberg, 1996
Wannsee “House of the Wannsee Conference”
Memorial and museum on site of terrible history
Jewish Girls' School
Galleries and dining on the site of prewar school
Weißensee Cemetery
Ringel kin buried at Berlin's great Jewish cemetery
Jewish High School
Historic building returned to its original mission
1875 to 1945
Berlin, Germany