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Afterwards, we invite you to a little reception, while we thank you for your support over the past year.
And for those whose Wish Jewels have been growing since the concerts held during the JMB Cultural Summer – we want to officially present you with your Jewel.
Hans-Dieter Nägelke will provide us with an introduction to 19th century architecture and present Berlin architects and their works.
Deadline to register: 14 February 2019 27 January 2019 A Family Reunion in Music and Words (in English) For Friend of the Jewish Museum Berlin we have reserved seats at the reduced price of 8 euros (limited ticket quota).