Jüdisches Museum Berlin – 2000

Jüdisches Museum Berlin - olive garden

Jüdisches Museum Berlin
The Jewish Museum. Olives in the Garden of Exile with the Museum’s main building in the background. The museum complex is composed by two buildings, the old “Kollegienhaus” and deconstructivist-style building by architect Daniel Libeskind.
At the time of the photograph (fall 2000) the museum was recently opened to the public to allow the visit of empty structures only. Collections, library and archives of German-Jewish history weren’t moved yet into the building.
Berlin Germany. Year 2000