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Museum Judengasse is part of the Jewish Museum.
Museum Judengasse is part of the Jewish Museum. Here are exhibited the foundations from the Jewish Ghetto dating back to 1462, as well as information about life as a Jewish person in this ghetto during the Middle Ages. Info is in English & German. Outside of this museum is the 'Holocaust Memorial Wall' with over 11,000 names of Frankfurts' murdered Jewish citizens on it. It surrounds the medieval Jewish cemetery dating back to 1272. There is another outpost of the Jewish museum near by, which hosts exhibitions on a regular basis. It is housed in a 4 story world war II overground bunker.
Kurt-Schumacher-Straße 10, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
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Constantly changing contempory art expositions
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