The Jewish cemetery in Schönhauser Allee was mainly used from 1827 to 1880, and is the final resting place of over 23,000 people, including artist Max Liebermann, composer Giacomo Meyerbeer, banker Joseph Mendelssohn, Wolffs Telegraphen-Bureau founder Bernhard Wolff, revolutionary Simon Barthold and neurologist Max Rothmann.

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Berlin: Tour of the Jewish Cemetery in Weißensee

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Immerse yourself in the history of Berlin and see the largest Jewish cemetery in the city. Learn abo...

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Private Tour: Jewish Heritage Walking Tour of Berlin

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 4 hours

$49

Trace the story of Berlin’s Jewish community on this private 4-hour walking tour. Accompanied by your own guide, he...

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Warnemünde Shore Excursion: Comprehensive Berlin Jewish History Tour

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Spend an amazing day out from Warnemünde to Berlin to discover hidden history of Jewish life. This tour is perfect ...

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Berlin: Jewish Life in Prenzlauer Berg

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Go in search of clues to forgotten places of Jewish life and culture in Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg. See the old Jewish cemet...

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6-Hour In-Depth Tour of Jewish Berlin

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Learn about the ancient Jewish history of Berlin led by an academically trained guide.Roam the Jewish districts of Berli...

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Jüdischer Friedhof Schönhauser Allee, Berlin

The Jewish cemetery in Schönhauser Allee was mainly used from 1827 to 1880, and is the final resting place of over 23,000 people, including artist Max Liebermann, composer Giacomo Meyerbeer, banker Joseph Mendelssohn, Wolffs Telegraphen-Bureau founder Bernhard Wolff, revolutionary Simon Barthold and neurologist Max Rothmann..

The Jewish cemetery in Schönhauser Allee was mainly used from 1827 to 1880, and is the final resting place of over 23,000 people, including artist Max Liebermann, composer Giacomo Meyerbeer, banker Joseph Mendelssohn, Wolffs Telegraphen-Bureau founder Bernhard Wolff, revolutionary Simon Barthold and neurologist Max Rothmann.


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About Jüdischer Friedhof Schönhauser Allee

 Schönhauser Allee 22, 10435 Berlin, Germany

Jüdischer Friedhof Schönhauser Allee and Nearby Sights on Map

Museum for Architectural Drawing

The Museum for Architectural Drawing is built around Sergei Tchoban's collection of historic architectural drawings, with the addition of contemporary drawings by major international architects

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Museum in der Kulturbrauerei

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Rykestrasse Synagogue

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Park Inn Alexanderplatz

The tallest multistory building in Berlin at 132 meters

TV Tower

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Alexanderplatz

Alexanderplatz is a large public square in Berlin, named to honor Alexander I, Tsar of Russia during his visit to the city

Weltzeituhr

Built in 1969, the 16-ton communist-era Urania World Clock on Alexanderplatz shows the time in different zones around the world