Documentation of the Collection of the Jewish Museum Berlin
The Jewish Museum Berlin houses a permanent exhibition covering two thousand years of German-Jewish life. It was opened in 2001. The collections originated from the Jewish Department of the Berlin Museum. This museum of city history in the western part of the city was located in the building of the old Superior Court of Justice, erected in 1732, which now contains the entrance to the Libeskind Building.
Since August 2002, Facts & Files has been inventorizing works of art, objects and other artefacts of the Museum’s collection and for the exhibitions.
Some of the objects of the Museum’s collection are presented online.
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