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Gedenkstätte Deutscher Widerstand
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Cafe Einstein Stammhaus
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Lützowstrasse 73 · interesting places nearby
Schwules Museum information
In a new and larger location in a former print shop near Schöneberg, this nonprofit museum is one of the largest and most important cultural institutions documenting GLBT culture around the world, albeit with a special focus on Berlin and Germany.
Until the permanent exhibit is completed, changing ones on gay icons, artists, gender issues or historical themes keep the space dynamic.