(Foto: IM Thayer)
One of the most detailed and interesting museums off the beaten path in Berlin is the Jewish Museum. Built in 2001 by famed Polish-Jewish architect Daniel Libeskind, the Jewish Museum Berlin has been home to many different exhibitions since it’s opening. These varying exhibitions have covered topics such as Jewish art, cultural relations, and different aspects of Jewish history. The museum itself encourages exploration and understanding of Jewish history and identity throughout Germany and in Berlin.