‪Haus Amerika-Gedenkbibliothek‬

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‪Haus Amerika-Gedenkbibliothek‬

‪Haus Amerika-Gedenkbibliothek‬
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מידע נוסף
‪10:00 - 20:00‬
‪Monday‬
10:00 - 20:00
‪Tuesday‬
10:00 - 20:00
‪Wednesday‬
10:00 - 20:00
‪Thursday‬
10:00 - 20:00
‪Friday‬
10:00 - 20:00
‪Saturday‬
10:00 - 19:00
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שכונה: פרידריכסהיין-קרויצברג (רובע)
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‪8 reviews‬
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Alfred R
‪4 contributions‬
חברים • אוק׳ 2016
‪Great selection of scientific books, novels, guidebooks and children's books. Splendid music department with sheet music, CDs, records and many more!‬
‪Written 3 בינואר 2017‬
‪This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.‬

Sage Scott, the Everyday Wanderer
קנזס סיטי, מיזורי‪403 contributions‬
ספט׳ 2015
‪When paying for lunch at the cafe next door, a poster for a photography exhibit at the Amerika Haus caught my eye. While that exhibit is no longer there, I thought the Amerika Haus was a great, artistic "find" just a few blocks down from the Berlin Zoo.‬
‪Written 13 ביוני 2016‬
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Kristin W
שוני, קנזס‪100 contributions‬
ספט׳ 2015
‪When paying for lunch at the cafe next door, I stumbled into the Amerika Haus. Right now there are two photography exhibits on display -- one about the Leica "Actung Auf!" (or Eyes Open or Watch Out) and the other called "Two Germanys" featuring photos from both West and East Germany from 1977 to 1987.‬
‪Written 9 בספטמבר 2015‬
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Lavarcham
לונדון, UK‪3,472 contributions‬
חברים • נוב׳ 2014
‪The location of Amerika Haus is now Hardenbergstr. 22-24 and it houses the legendary C / O Berlin. Visiting the renovated Amerika Haus now connects you with these two fascination aspects of cultural history. First Amerika Haus. Before and during the Second World War bookstores and libraries were destroyed so books were in short supply. In 1945 a group of american military personnel who were returning home, donated books to the passport office. American Reading Rooms were set up with donations from American soldiers returning home. The collection developed and a library was opened in 1946 with 2,000 books and had around 6,000 visitors. By 1949 this grew to 609,000. The US government started to support the project and the libraries grew into much larger establishments that included auditoriums, classrooms, film screenings, concerts and discussions. In October 2014 the long established C/O Berlin had to leave its previous home and this is now established in Amerika Haus. I was there just after the opening and was able to see the absolutely engrossing exhibition Magnum Contact Sheets. This included more than 100 contact sheets from seven decades by the most renowned photographers worldwide ranging from Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, David „Chim“ Seymour, Werner Bischof, George Rodger and Elliott Erwitt, o Inge Morath, René Burri, Eve Arnold, Leonard Freed, Thomas Hoepker, Josef Koudelka und Gilles Peress, Martine Franck, Martin Parr, Jim Goldberg, Trent Parke, Jonas Bendiksen, Bruno Barbey, Paolo Pellegrin and Alec Soth. I also hugely enjoyd an exhibition of Will McBride’s work entitled ‘I fell in love with this city’ His love and engagement shone through the marvellouss photographs. A wonderful memorable experience.‬
‪Written 8 בפברואר 2015‬
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