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Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz
#16 of 257 Museums in Berlin
As practically all German museums this is a well-organised and informative museum.
I've visited Jewish Holocaust museums in Houston, TX and NYC.
Liebermann-Villa am Wannsee
#31 of 257 Museums in Berlin
The villa is very nice and big, located around the amasing wannsee lake and is a very interesting museum which allows you to easily understand what was the reality during the 30s and 40s on Germann and Europe soil...
The paintings showed inside, the gardens surrounding the house, the lake nearby, the history of the family and the house told inside the museum, the coffee and cakes - created all together one of the most esthetic...
Allied Museum (Alliierten Museum)
#55 of 257 Museums in Berlin
After an hour in this museum you will feel incredible pride for having saved an entire city from the ravages that remain Communism.
Allied Museum has one of the most interesting exhibitions of artifacts displayed in a unique way with a booklet describing the item.
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Brucke Museum
#68 of 257 Museums in Berlin
It is out of the way, but can be combined with a visit to the Kunsthaus Dahlem (close by) and the Allied Forces Museum (20 minutes on foot, or a few bus stops).
Excellent Museum of Modern Art
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Museum of Ethnology
#77 of 257 Museums in Berlin
Among the 3 museums in the complex, indeed I think this Ethnologisches Museum is the best one and most interesting (if you are into arts and artifacts from non-European origins).
Excellent museum with vast and divers collection of artefacts.
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Museum of Indian Art (Museum fur Indische Kunst)
#166 of 257 Museums in Berlin