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Friay, May 10, 2014
Free Visit - Rykestrasse Synagogue
Germany's biggest synagogue has recently been restored. Described as one of the jewels of Germany's Jewish community, it was destroyed on Kristallnacht in 1938.
The synagogue is open for services for anyone wishing to visit on Friday evening or Saturday morning. For more information, please visit: http://www.jg-berlin.org/en/judaism/synagogues/rykestrasse.html

Kabbalat Shabbat
Every Friday at 18:00

Shabbat Schacharit
At 09:30

Synagoge Rykestraße
Rykestr. 53
10405 Berlin

Sunday, May 11, 2014
Special tour of Medical Berlin guided by Dr. Reinhard Horowski – 10:00-13:00
A short journey through Berlin highlighting some of the historical places relevant to (neuro)-medicine. The tour will include a visit to the historical Charité Hospital with its museum.
Dr. Horowski will focus this tour on some of the leading German pioneers in neurology, including Christoph Wilhelm Friedrich Hufeland (1762-1836) whose research included life prolongation and macrobiotics; Wilhelm Griesinger (1817–1868), remembered as the founder of neuropsychiatry and after whom a local Berlin hospital is still named; and Moritz Heinrich Romberg, the author of the first textbook of neurology; the tour will also touch on some of the city's darker medical history, with such figures as Karl Bonhoeffer and his fate in the 3rd Reich and Max de Crinis, the infamous mastermind behind the mass murder of the mentally ill.
40 EUR per person (tour requires a minimum participation number of 10)