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“I am gay, and that’s a good thing!” In 2001, Berlin’s governing mayor Klaus Wowereit outed himself as a homosexual, and three years later, as a patron, he opened the permanent exhibit of the Schwules Museum. This museum now houses one of the most comprehensive collections in the world about homosexuality. In addition to changing exhibitions featuring different artists, the museum focuses on presenting biographies of well-known homosexuals.

DISTRICT
Schöneberg
ADDRESS
PHONE
+493069599050
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OPENING TIMES
Wed–Fri, Sun–Mon 2 pm to 6 pm
Sat 2 pm to 7 pm
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
U1 Kurfürstenstraße
U1–U4 Nollendorfplatz
HIGHLIGHT TYPE
Museum / collection

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