Since 2001 star architect Daniel Libeskind's visually striking lightning bolt-shaped museum has taken visitors on an interactive tour of Jewish life in Germany, from the Middle Ages up until the present day. Letters and personal belongings of Jewish victims of the Holocaust line the walls of three whitewashed intersecting corridors (referred to as “axes”). These lead to empty spaces representing the voids left in Germany after the destruction of Jewish culture.
9-14 Lindenstrasse, 10969. | Tel: +493025993300