The New Synagoge Berlin

Taking up the tradition of the New Synagogue, The New Synagogue Berlin (Neue Synagoge Berlin) and the Centrum Judaicum sees itself as a link connecting the past and the future. It seeks to recall the achievements of the Jewish people and preserve the memory of the Jews who were murdered. Relevant documents are archived, evaluated, and published. In this context, the Foundation works with other Jewish and non-Jewish institutions. In addition to the permanent exhibition, temporary exhibitions serve to make Jewish history concrete and tangible. Centrum Judaicum is a source of information on Jewish life, and by formulating Jewish positions on the concerns of our time, it acts as a bridge between East and West European Jewry. The Synagogue was severely damaged in the Second World War and reopened in with the permanent exhibition.

Museum: The New Synagoge Berlin
City: Berlin
Country: Germany
Address: Oranienburgerstrasse 128