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Sansanvi’s Park

An Interactive Game for Kids

Screenshot of the game

© Jewish Museum Berlin, illustration by Gesine Grotrian-Steinweg

"Sansanvi's Park" at the Rafael Roth Learning Center is a special feature for children. The park of Sansanvi, a figure from Jewish mysticism, is home to Benny, Anna, Ilana, Cem and Heinz, who are glad to show visitors around their neighborhood. Benny shows what a synagogue looks like and attends a service for Rosh ha-Shanah, the Jewish New Year. In the music tent, Cem plays selected songs from his record collection of music from all over the world. And a visit to the Jewish Museum Berlin is a must, of course!

Screenshot of the game

Sansanvi guides visitors along the course through his park, with advice and practical tips.
© Jewish Museum Berlin, Illustration by Gesine Grotrian-Steinweg

The computer game is designed for primary school children. It includes interactive elements, child-friendly graphics and simple navigation.  In 2006 "Sansanvi’s Park" was awarded the German educational software prize Digita in the “Private Learning” category.

The complete version can be viewed in the Rafael Roth Learning Center.

Order "Sansanvi’s Park"

You can order a German demo version of "Sansanvi’s Park" for a nominal fee of 3.50 Euro plus shipping (system requirements: Windows 95 or higher, min. Pentium I, min. 64 MB Ram, not compatible with Windows 7).
Contact: info[at]jmberlin.de

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