Museum Europaischer Kulturen, Berlin

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The Museum of European Cultures (German: Museum Europäischer Kulturen) - National Museums in Berlin - Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation came from the unification of the Europe-Department in the Berlin Museum of Ethnography and the Berlin Museum for Folklore in 1999. The museum focuses on the lived-in world of Europe and European culture contact, predominantly in Germany from the 18th Century until today.

The museum, together with the Ethnological Museum of Berlin and the Museum of Asian Art, is located in the Dahlem Museums. The building was named after the architect Bruno Paul (1874 – 1968) and is located in the modern district of Steglitz-Zehlendorf. The museum's exhibition rooms occupy the oldest building in the Dahlem Museums.
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  • This museum is in a big museum complex that also includes Museum of Asian Art and Ethnologic Museum. It is in the southwestern suburb of Dahlem and not centrally located. However, I do think it is...  more »
  • We went when it opened on a Friday morning, and very few visitors were there. A number of galleries we closed for renewal, but we wanted to see the Japanese galleries and were impressed. Art of all.....  more »
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  • Good but since the rework more for kids, more of a German museum now, especially identity
  • A small folklore museum. Has some traditional dressing and cabinets with religious, toys etc folklore items and some ethnographic exhibits. Focusses on the European identity. Although the museum is small its very nicely presented. Well suited for younger ages. When visited had 2 temporary exhibitions. One about wool and one about marriage and it's customs which was very interesting. The museum staff is very friendly and i thank them. Definitely not one of the top Berlin museum but a nice visit if you are in the area. The cafe is nice

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