Museum of Photography, Berlin
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Museum of Photography, Berlin
Museum of Photography
Museum fuer fotografie berlin landwehrkasino dec 2004.jpg
LocationJebensstraße 2,
10623 Berlin, Germany

The Museum of Photography (German: Museum für Fotografie) in the Charlottenburg district of Berlin, Germany,[1] is one of the Berlin State Museums administered by the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation.

It is located next to the Zoologischer Garten railway station in the building of a former Landwehr officers' mess, erected in 1909 according to plans by Heino Schmieden. The museum opened in 2004 and also houses the collection of the Helmut Newton Foundation.[1] In addition to the rotating special exhibits, the permanent exhibit "Helmut Newton's Private Property" displays some of the late photographers' personal articles.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "Looking at Berlin's Museum of Photography". HuffPost UK. 13 February 2013. Retrieved .

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Coordinates: 52°30?28?N 13°19?54?E / 52.50778°N 13.33167°E / 52.50778; 13.33167

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