In this part we'll take a stroll through the medieval Museum.
It is just amazing once you understand how the S-Bahn moves between two of those five Museums.
VIIII. Museumsinsel (Museum Isle )
Considering that Berlin has more than 140 museums, this region is only a very small portion of it. However, the consort of museums located on the Museum Island is a unique cultural inheritance that combines five major museum buildings to some heterogeneous but harmonic outfit on the River Spree. The earliest museum complex in Berlin endured over 70% devastation in the Second World War. The painstaking work of recovery is a very long way from being finished. The island Comprises the next five edifices:
"Alte Museum", constructed in 1830. Its interior, especially the domed rotunda, creates a superb setting for its sculpture exhibited along with the assortment of historical artworks.
"Neue Museum", constructed from 1843-1859, to ease the Alte Museum. The interior layout presents the history of humankind. It's decorated in ancient fashions which link directly to the items exhibited along with the epochs they signify. On horseback, was rebuilt in the 1950s and continues to be experiencing costly recovery since 1997. Using its imposing terrace and glorious entry hall, the construction appears to traverse the Spree just like a boat. The inside includes many chambers, whose are independently created in a fashion suitable to the epoch displayed there.
"Pergamonmuseum", constructed in 1930, 100 years after the initial edifice on this particular island. It Includes the Roman gate from Milet, the Altar of Zeus in Pergamon, along with the Processional Avenue and Gate of Ishtar in Babylon.
If you, nevertheless, would love to find out more museums than those four alone, I suggest purchasing the"3-day Museumpass", that price 12 EUR (reduced: 6 EUR). With this you can see 70 of the 140 museums on three successive opening days.
Now, at the last part We're moving into the"Erotic Museum" and... be amazed what else also...:-)