4 days ago
Between urban exploration 👾 and techno nights 😈, the burners also took some time for historical and memorial culture 👀
There are many beautiful museums in Berlin. During this trip, the burners choose the Blitz ⚡️, the Jewish Museum ✡️, made by the famous architect👷🏼♂️, Daniel Libeskind in 2001, and located in Kreuzberg.
This museum, one of the biggest in Europe, consists of two buildings housing a permanent exhibition and numerous temporary exhibitons retracing two millennia of the history of the Jews 🕎 in Germany. The museography is made up of several axes and at the end of the « exil axes », the visitor is led outside, in an inclined garden 🌿, where the trees surrounded by concrete columns, reinforce the image of imprisonment💀, uprooting. The visitor, although he can move freely between the trees🍃, suffers from a real loss of bearings 🤯 created by the double slope. The garden is surrounded by a moat, which forces him to go back inside... .
An enriching discovery and an impressive monument that the burners greatly appreciated to visit 🙂
📍The Blitz, Berlin | 🇩🇪