“Of the Colorful Diversity of Jewish Life” - The New Jewish Museum in Frankfurt Am Main. Lecture by Professor Mirjam Wenzel.

Frankfurt am Main

The Jewish Museum of the City of Frankfurt am Main is the oldest independent Jewish Museum in the Federal Republic of Germany. It was opened on 9 November 1988 and is part of Frankfurt's Museumsufer. After five years of construction, it was reopened on October 21, 2020. Bright and inviting, like two open arms, the two buildings of the Jewish Museum now welcome their guests. On the right is the renovated historic Rothschild Palace and on the left is the modern building. "This combination of old and new is our leitmotif," explains the museum director Mirjam Wenzel.

Organizer: House of Remembrance - for Democracy and Acceptance Mainz and Academy of Sciences and Literature Mainz
Date and time: Tuesday, 1 February 2022 at 19:00 (CET)
Location: Video meeting after prior registration.
Registration is required by e-mail to cornelia.dold@haus-des-erinnerns-mainz.de
For more information please contact Dr. Cornelia Dold by phone at +49 6131- 61 77 447.