The new designed permanent exhibition on the history of Buchenwald concentration camp was opened at the former depot building on 17th April 2016. Covering 2000 square metres, the exhibition details the history of the camp and displays how it was embedded in the German society between 1937 and 1945.
Generous park landscapes, open squares and narrow alleys: ideal stages for street festivals, music performers, warm film evenings and great concert events. During the summer, artists, audiences and strollers go outdoors and discover a relaxed elegance in Weimar that is unique in European cultural cities. In the summertime, Weimar offers an interchange between light enjoyment and creative art.
Potters from all over Thuringia gather on the market square to demonstrate their skills and sell their finished creations. Visitors watch as the clay is turned and shaped on the potter wheel and browse the stalls to see which pottery most appeals.