by Yuko Shimizu in Cool Travel on Saturday 15 December 2007

I’d never before seen a museum where the building itself is the attraction more so than what is exhibited inside. Built by Daniel Libeskind in 1999, the Jewish Museum in Berlin is worth a visit even if you are not an architecture fan. The whole building was designed around Jewish history in Germany from the 4th Century to the present. It’s beautiful architecture, but what’s most striking is the concept behind the design. The line to get in may be long, but when you’re in Berlin, do not miss it.