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Sonntag bis Mittwoch: 9.00- 17.00 Uhr
Donnerstag: 9.00-20.00 Uhr*
Freitags und an den Abenden vor einem Feiertag: 9.00-14.00 Uhr

Yad Vashem ist an Samstagen und jüdischen Feiertagen geschlossen.

Das Museum zur Geschichte des Holocaust, das Kunstmuseum, der Ausstellungspavillon und die Synagoge sind bis 20.00 Uhr geöffnet. Alle anderen Einrichtungen schließen um 17.00 Uhr.

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Zu Gast in Yad Vashem: 2016

Carolyn and Andre Bollag of Switzerland attending the State Opening Ceremony for Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Day, 2016.

Chairman of the Friends of Yad Vashem in Austria, Mr. Guenther Schuster, together with Mrs. Ullie Schuster, Julia Schuster and Lucas Schuster, attending the State Opening Ceremony for Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Day 2016.

Dr. Michael Borchard. Head of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung office in Israel and Shaya Ben Yehuda, Managing Director of the Yad Vashem International Relations Division, attending the State Opening Ceremony for Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Day

Dr. Wolff, Ms. Bont-Wolff, Klemens Jansen, Dominik Bilgeri, of the Society of Friends of Yad Vashem in Liechtenstein attending the State Opening Ceremony for Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Day 2016.

Participants of the special seminar for the editors-in-chief of German Media attending the State Opening Ceremony for Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Day 2016.

Participants of the special seminar for the editors-in-chief of German Media attending the State Opening Ceremony for Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Day 2016.

Die deutsche Bundeskanzlerin, Angela Merkel, bei der Eröffnung einer Ausstellung über Kunst aus dem Holocaust, die von dem Yad Vashem Kunstmuseum bereitgestellt wurde.

Diese Werke aus der Yad Vashem Sammlung wurden von jüdischen Künstlern zwischen 1939 und 1945 gemalt.

German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, opened an exhibition in Berlin featuring works by Jewish concentration camp prisoners loaned from Yad Vashem’s Art collection.

“Art from the Holocaust” features 100 works created in secret by 50 artists between 1939 and 1945 while they were confined to the camps or ghettos. Twenty-four of the artists did not survive. The drawings and paintings on display at the German Historical Museum depict the suffering, drudgery and terror endured by the detainees.

German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, opened an exhibition in Berlin featuring works by Jewish concentration camp prisoners loaned from Yad Vashem’s Art collection.

“Art from the Holocaust” features 100 works created in secret by 50 artists between 1939 and 1945 while they were confined to the camps or ghettos. Twenty-four of the artists did not survive. The drawings and paintings on display at the German Historical Museum depict the suffering, drudgery and terror endured by the detainees.

German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, opened an exhibition in Berlin featuring works by Jewish concentration camp prisoners loaned from Yad Vashem’s Art collection.

“Art from the Holocaust” features 100 works created in secret by 50 artists between 1939 and 1945 while they were confined to the camps or ghettos. Twenty-four of the artists did not survive. The drawings and paintings on display at the German Historical Museum depict the suffering, drudgery and terror endured by the detainees.

German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, opened an exhibition in Berlin featuring works by Jewish concentration camp prisoners loaned from Yad Vashem’s Art collection.

“Art from the Holocaust” features 100 works created in secret by 50 artists between 1939 and 1945 while they were confined to the camps or ghettos. Twenty-four of the artists did not survive. The drawings and paintings on display at the German Historical Museum depict the suffering, drudgery and terror endured by the detainees.

German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, opened an exhibition in Berlin featuring works by Jewish concentration camp prisoners loaned from Yad Vashem’s Art collection.

“Art from the Holocaust” features 100 works created in secret by 50 artists between 1939 and 1945 while they were confined to the camps or ghettos. Twenty-four of the artists did not survive. The drawings and paintings on display at the German Historical Museum depict the suffering, drudgery and terror endured by the detainees.

A special ceremony marking the International Holocaust Remembrance Day was held in Vaduz, Liechtenstein on 27 January.

Over 100 guests attended, including Minister of Foreign Affairs of Liechtenstein Dr. Aurelia Frick (center), Speaker of the Parliament Dr. Albert Frick and MPs, journalists, members of the Liechtenstein Yad Vashem Friends Association and other guests. The event’s keynote speaker, Yad Vashem Benefactor Prof. Jan-Philipp Reemtsma (second left) stressed: "If you want to understand this world in which you live, if you want to understand the humanity… then you should visit Yad Vashem."