The Jewish Museum in Munich, Germany, opened on St. Jakobs Square in March. Both permanent and rotating exhibits will be shown in the three-story building; long-term exhibitions "Voices," "Places" and "Times" are situated on the main floor. The building features two architectural forms--the temple and tent--that are significant in Jewish history, and a ground floor with floor-to-ceiling glass.
For more information, call +(001 49) 89 233 96096 or visit www.juedisches-museum.muenchen.de. (Photo courtesy Roland Halbe Architectural Photography)