Permanent Exhibitions – Berlin
Märkisches MuseumThe permanent exhibition at the museum chronicles the history and cultural history of Berlin from the Middle Ages to the present day. Other exhibitions explore middle-class Berlin, the Enlightenment, modern art, Berlin during the Nazi era and Berlin as a city divided and a city reunited.
"Haus am Checkpoint Charlie" MuseumEstablished in 1962 next to the legendary Checkpoint Charlie border crossing, this is an exhibition on the history of the Berlin Wall and the partition of the city. It contains original items used in underground, overground and even airborne attempts to flee East Germany. There are also exhibitions on Berlin's history and on the international non-violent fight for human rights.
Jewish MuseumEurope's largest Jewish museum. In Daniel Libeskind's spectacular new museum building, shaped like an exploded star of St. David, this remarkable permanent exhibition documents the highs and lows of German-Jewish history from the Roman age to the present day.
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