Jewish Life

Jews played a significant role in the development of Berlin.

The history of the Jews is characterized by discrimination, forced migration and methodical murder – throughout the centuries, Europe-wide. In Berlin, the first Jews settled as early as the end of the 13th century. They lived mainly at the monastery quarter and the barn quarter. At the eve of the seizure of power of the Nazis on January 30th 1933 the Jewish community consisted of 160.000 members. In April 1945, 9.000 were left. Inbetween pressure, humiliation, persecution, torture, murder. And today – jewish fellow citizens are discriminated again…

Points of Interest (choice of):

  • Berlin´s oldest Jewish cemetery in Große Hamburger Straße
  • Monument “Track 17” at Grunewald Station
  • New Synagoge
  • Museum “Workshop for Blind People Otto Weidt”
  • Holocaust-Memorial

Services:

+ certified tour guide
+ exclusive VW-Bus with AC
+ literature on board
+ cold beverages
+ length of the tour: five hours
+ private group up to six participants

price per group:

280,00 EUR (VAT included)


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