Museum Island is located in the heart of Berlin, on the north side of the island of Spree. The island's buildings are a unique cultural heritage. There are many German museums, headed by the Pergamon Museum and five museums on the island. Different, but harmonious and unified, the Spree River flows from both sides, making their momentum more magnificent.
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Berlin's Island Museum forms an unrivaled ensemble of buildings that houses a unique collection of art and cultural history of Europe and the Mediterranean region. Located in the center of the city, at the point where Berlin was once founded.
The Altes Museum is the core of Berlin's public museum. It was the first exhibition building at Museum Island Berlin, right across from the City Palace and next to the cathedral. Built by Karl Friedrich Schinkel between 1823 and 1830, it is one of the most beautiful early museum buildings with a spacious vestibule and inviting staircase leading to a pleasure garden and a harmonious rotunda modeled after the Roman pantheon inside. Originally conceived with the substantial participation of Wilhelm von Humboldt for an exhibition of the royal collection open to all, today the collection of antiques is presented Here are their treasures: from painted vases to "Praying Boy" to colored fragments of Etruscan architecture that are in perfect harmony with the classics.
After a general renovation by architects Heinz Hilmer, Christoph Sattler and Thomas Albrecht, not only will the house itself shine in new splendor, but the collection will also be put on display in a different guise.
Friedrich August Stüler erected a second major building on Berlin's Museum Island between 1843 and 1855. This marked the beginning of the development of the island of Spree as a "sanctuary of the arts and sciences". After being badly destroyed in the Second World War, it stood as a ruin in the heart of the city for the next several decades, until it was reopened in 2009 after extensive and extensive renovation and restoration by David Chipperfield. Today, the richness of original body form and completeness in the styles of classicism and late historicism enters into intensive dialogue with a strict contemporary design language. Chipperfield has managed to preserve Stüler listed buildings in a way that has never been seen before
The Museum Island is located at the confluence of the two rivers of the River Spree in the heart of Berlin. There are five museums, the Old Museum, the Pergamon Museum, the Bo Museum, the New Museum and the Art Gallery. The combined museum eliminates the exhaustion of visitors to and from each other, and each pavilion is individually designed to capture the essence of the history of Berlin. The old museum comes from ancient fabulous sculptures, paintings, crafts: the beautiful Cleopatra of the new museum; the famous German painting master of the Old National Gallery, the masterpiece of the French Impressionist masters... every collection, every portrait, every The ancient objects with historical imprints have brought these museums with a history of German history to the glory of the past.
The Museum Island in Berlin is located in the city centre. If you love art, then this is definitely a place of delight for you. It consists of five parts: New Museum, Old Museum, Old National Art Museum, Bode Museum and Pergamon Museum. It shows the development of culture from the two rivers to Rome, from ancient civilization to medieval, ancient and modern. The road will definitely let you have a journey through the history, art and culture. If you are a young person under the age of 26, you can also have great discounts on tickets.