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Since its first occupancy in 1827, the Good Place on Schönhauser Allee has been a gem in its ensemble of buildings, corridors and streets steeped in history. The list of famous Berliners who found their last resting place in the cemetery is an excerpt of the "Who's Who" of the 19th century.

Tür zum "Judengang" am Friedhof Schönhauser Allee
Tür zum "Judengang" am Friedhof Schönhauser Allee © CROSS ROADS - Berlin mit anderen Augen

During the Second World War there was a lot of destruction there and many, too many disturbing stories, which are also mentioned. In 2005 a unique lapidarium was inaugurated. 60 gravestones were restored for it. A very good exhibition on Jewish cemetery and mourning culture can be seen. Optionally, we will then walk past the Judengang to the synagogue in Rykestraße.

This guided tour focuses on women who achieved great things for their part, but who were also almost forgotten alongside well-known men.

  • City guide: KD Lorenz Ehmke
  • Meeting point: at the entrance to the cemetery, Schönhauser Allee 25, 10435 Berlin
  • Suitable for people with walking difficulties
  • Cost: 12 €
  • Aimed at: Adults
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Jüdischer Friedhof an der Schönhauser Allee
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Jüdischer Friedhof an der Schönhauser Allee