Berlin Sights

Ehemalige Jüdische Mädchenschule

  • Auguststr. 11–13 Map It
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Published 04/23/2016

Fodor's Review

This boxy brick building in central Berlin, which formerly served as a Jewish girls' school and then a military hospital during WWII, sat neglected until recently. Now it is one of the city’s newest star attractions: a renovated multiplex with art galleries, restaurants, and a bar. The former gymnasium is now the restaurant Pauly Saal; upstairs, art galleries share space with the newly relocated Kennedys museum. Berlin’s now-thriving Jewish community still owns the building and leases it out to the current management. Both Jewish and non-Jewish visitors will rejoice at the inclusion of Mogg & Melzer, a deli dedicated to Jewish delicacies like matzo ball soup, pastrami, and shakshuka.

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Auguststr. 11–13, Berlin, Berlin, 10117, Germany

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Published 04/23/2016


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