The Jewish Museum, a Berlin architectural highlight designed by Daniel Liebeskind, covers two millenia of Jewish history in a stunning zig-zag of a building. Its new special exhibition "Deadly Medicine" repels but also intrigues. It revisits the decade during which the National Socialist regime made the race issue the key theme of its health and demographic policy, which led to the forced sterilization of 400,000 people and the murder of 210,000 handicapped and mentally ill in Germany and Austria alone.

Jewish Museum
Lindenstrasse 9-14, Kreuzberg
U-Bahn Hallesches Tor (U6)

Monday 10-22:00, Tuesay-Sunday 10-20:00
Entry €5/€2



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