The Jewish Museum Berlin, famous for its outside structure, is one of the largest Jewish Museums in Europe, designed by the architect Daniel Libeskind. The museum is replacing the original Jewish Museum founded in Oranienburger Straße in 1933, but then closed soon by Nazis in 1938.
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