Housed in two large buildings, the Jewish Museum is one of the largest Jewish history museums in the world. The museum’s permanent exhibits examine 2000 years of German history from the viewpoint of the Jewish minority. The museum presents its narrative through artifacts, media, written works, and personal stories to leave visitors with a new way to look at German history. It also hosts traveling exhibits that are related to both German and Jewish culture; one such exhibit was a collection of drawings made in the 1940s ghettos or a section on banned books that connects Bambi with Einstein. If you're looking to broaden your understanding of the fascinating history of Germany and the Jews who have lived here for hundreds of years, the Jewish Museum is a must for your Berlin trip plan.
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