The Museum of European Culture in Berlin shows the similarities and differences in the lifestyle of the inhabitants of different European countries. Its main purpose is to collect and present the artifacts of everyday culture and human lived realities from the 18th century until today, and it is one of the greatest collections of its kind in Europe.
At the museum, you can see a number of ethnic minorities in Europe, including the Sami and the Crimean Tatars. You can learn about the inventories of textiles, popular imagery, and photographs that have been collected over time, as well as thematically categorized collection areas related to naive art, childhood and youth culture, rituals and forms of religious expression. The collection consists of three parts, taking into account the context of cultural diversity, the place of European culture from a global perspective and the relationship between culture and nature.