Gruppe syrischer Flüchtlinge zu Gast in der Ausstellung "Alltag Einheit"

Welcome to Germany

Bienvenue en Allemagne | مرحبا بكم في ألمانيا  |  به آلمان خو ش آمدید

Visits and guided tours for Refugees

The Deutsches Historisches Museum (German Historical Museum) warmly welcomes refugees with special guided tour programs in German, English and Arabic. Get acquainted with the history and culture of your new homeland and participate in cultural life.

The choices you get in the Permanent Exhibition of the German Historical Museum give you access to the German and European history and culture.

Multaka: Meeting point museum
Refugees as guides on Berlin's museum island

Tours in German, English and Arabic on Wednesdays and Saturdays, 3 pm

Visites guidées pour les réfugiés

Le Deutsches Historisches Museum (Musée de l'Histoire allemande) souhaite la plus cordiale bienvenue aux réfugiés en leur offrant des programmes de visites guidées élaborés spécialement pour eux, en allemand, anglais et arabe. Découvrez ainsi l'histoire et la culture de votre nouvelle patrie et prenez part à sa vie culturelle.

Ces offres donnent accès à l'histoire et à la culture de l’Allemagne et de l’Europe présentées dans le cadre de l'exposition permanente du Musée de l'Histoire allemande.


زيارة وإرشاد مجاني للاجئين

بكل ود يرحب متحف التاريخ الألماني باللاجئين ويوفر لهم دخولاً مجانياً وبرامج إرشادية مطورة خصيصا ومقدمة باللغات الألمانية، الإنجليزية والفرنسية. تعرفوا معنا على تاريخ وثقافة موطنكم الجديد وشاركوا معنا في الحياة الثقافية.

المعرض الدائم للمتحف يعد مدخلا للتاريخ والثقافة الأوروبية بشكل عام والألمانية بشكل خاص. وتستطيعون أيضا معاصرة المجتمع الألماني الحديث وتغيراته منذ توحيد الألمانيتين قبل 25 عاما في المعرض الخاص تحت إسم "الوحدة في الحياة اليومية – صورة مجتمع عاصر الإنتقال إليها"، بالإضافة الى مواضيع أخرى شيقة.

Multaka: Meeting point museum
Tours in German, English and Arabic, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 3 p.m.

Refugees as guides on Berlin's Museum Island
A pilot project from the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin and the Deutsches Historisches Museum

A total of 19 refugees from Syria and Iraq have been trained to provide tours of the Pergamon Museum, the Bode Museum and the Deutsches Historisches Museum in their native languages. Working under the title "Multaka" - the Arabic for "meeting point" - the program seeks to enable the exchange of different cultural and historical experiences.

The Deutsches Historisches Museum seeks to introduce refugees to the history and culture of Germany and provide an insight to its formative crises and processes of historical renewal. The guided tours focus particularly on the period after 1945 and the period of national reconstruction after the trauma of the Second World War.

Every 1st, 2nd and 3rd Wednesday of the month, the Syrian guides provide Tours in German and Arabic, every 4th Wednesday in English and Arabic. Tours in Arabic are provided every Saturday at 3 pm.

Following Museums participate in Multaka:

  • Deutsches Historisches Museum, Unter den Linden 2, 10117 Berlin 

  • Pergamonmuseum – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Museum für Islamische Kunst and Vorderasiatisches Museum, Bodestraße, 10117 Berlin

  • Bode-Museum, Monbijoubrücke, 10117 Berlin

The Multaka tours are free of charge (registration not required).

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