Our last stop in Berlin would be to the Jewish Museum Berlin. On Wednesday we had visited the German Historical Museum which had given us an overview of German history. The Jewish Museum Berlin, designed by architect Daniel Libeskind, which opened in 2001, focuses on two thousand years of German-Jewish history.
In another section called "Memory Void,” one exhibit has 10,000 faces punched of steel. Entitled "Fallen Leaves,” Israeli artist Menashe Kadishman dedicated this artwork to the memory of the Jews killed in the Holocaust. Visitors are invited to enter the void and walk on the faces, listening to the sounds that are created by the faces clanging against one another.