Berlin's Jewish Museum gets new Libeskind glass courtyard building

September 25, 2007 14:14


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A new glass courtyard by architect Daniel Libeskind was to open Tuesday at the Jewish Museum Berlin, offering more much-needed space for the one of the city's most popular tourist attractions. "Berlin will gain another architectural attraction which will draw Berliners and tourists alike," museum director Michael Blumenthal told reporters ahead of the official opening ceremony. "The museum will finally have a large hall in which to hold its diverse educational and cultural events."

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