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.
Museum Island is located in the center of Berlin. It consists of the new museum, the National Gallery, the Pegamon Museum and the Bode Museum. Because it is located at the confluence of the two rivers of the Spray River, it is known as the Museum Island. The streets of the island are neat, trees are shady, the air is fresh and the scenery is beautiful. The main buildings on the island are mostly museums. Among them, Pegamon Museum is the most famous. There are many cultural relics from Babylon, Egypt and Persia on display. Pegamon was the capital of a kingdom in Asia Minor about 200 B.C. During the Second World War, Museum Island was greatly damaged and a large-scale reconstruction was carried out after the war. English Name: Museum Island, Berlin.
Berlin is a famous exposition city with a wide range of museums: the German Ethnology Museum showcases the cultural activities of the European German-speaking areas from the 17th century to the present; the Prehistoric and Ancient History Museum showcases the prehistoric and early cultural treasures of Europe and Asia Minor, Paleolithic and Mesolithic cultures, etc. Ancient Greek and Roman works of art, vases and paintings in Athens and Italy, and ancient gold jewelry and other treasures. In addition, there are Egyptian Museum, Indian Museum of Art, Ethnology Museum, East Asian Museum of Art, Postal Museum, Musical Instrument Museum and so on. These museums give people a sense of immersion through various fascinating ways. The old Museum of Berlin, together with the new Museum, the National Gallery of Art, the Bode Museum and the Pegamon Museum, formed Berlin's famous museum island. Among them, Pegamon Museum is the most famous collection of large hard-generation buildings. For example, the altar of the temple of Pegamon in Greece, the market gate of Milett on the West Bank of Asia in the second century BC and the gate of Ishutar in Babylon.
This is where Berlin's attractions are concentrated. If you can swim through five museums on Museum Island in one day, it's good to swim through three museums in one day. Of course, if you pass in a hurry, five can swim through, but it's also very tired. Germany is a country with a long history. There are too many places to visit, but Museum Island is the first place to go. A joint ticket of 18 euros per day for five libraries will automatically deposit handbags for 1 euro per day. Artificial storage is free. Women's bags are generally not deposited artificially.
Museum Island is located in the centre of Berlin and the north side of Spray Island. There are many leading museums in Germany, headed by the Pegamon Museum. The five museums on the island are different in shape, but they are harmonious and unified. The Spray River flows through both sides, making the museum more magnificent. In 1992, Museum Island was included in the World Cultural Heritage List by UNESCO.
The Museum island, listed as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO, consists of the old museum, the Pegamon Museum, the old National Gallery of Art, the new museum and the Bode Museum. Personally, I think the most worthwhile ones to visit are Pegamon and the old museums, especially the exhibitions in the Pegamon Museum. They are not generally good, they are very worthwhile to visit.
Museum Island is a cluster of museums in central and coastal Berlin. It's one of Berlin's cultural centers. If people like to see museums, they can buy in-line tickets on the island, which is cheap and saves time to buy tickets to museums. It's very cost-effective. There are five museums on the island, namely the Old Museum of Berlin, the New Museum of Berlin, the Pegamon Museum, the Old National Gallery and the Bode Museum. To be honest, it takes at least three days to see so many museums.
Berlin day2: Museum Island, although named Museum Island, is not actually a small island [frown] connected by several museums to form such a museum island. Four museums in Euro 18 are also quite cost-effective (five in all). Seeing the Berlin Cathedral, though a little tired, I went up to the roof and turned around. Very good [yeah]
Museum Day on Berlin Museum Island. P.S. Five museums and 18 euros are really cost-effective. Of course, they can't be compared with more than 400 museums in the Netherlands at 60 euros annual fee.
I went to Museum Island on Monday, but the Ancient Greek Pavilion was not open on Monday. What interested me most was this pavilion. I was disappointed to see the Ancient Egyptian Pavilion. It's a warm coincidence that on Sunday evening, while waiting for the bus with my classmates at the station in the light rain, my classmates and sisters gave the Germans who were waiting for the bus in the station the toffee they had just bought. The next day, while visiting the ancient Egyptian pavilion, he met a uniformed worker who looked familiar. Then he took out two candies from his pocket and told us a yesterday. After visiting the museum, I came out to an art fair and picked five favorite chapters from my grandfather who had handmade metal stamps. It's expensive, but it's always fun to come out and watch. Berlin is a city that can wake up with laughter in dreams. Although it's cold at the end of October, it's great to buy a hot red wine in the Bodhi Street and go all the way to Brandenburg Gate and Parliament Building with good friends.
The three-day Museum Pass is 24 euros per person. In fact, it's not very worthwhile for visitors who spend a few days in Berlin. They can't finish reading at all. But the things in the museum are really good and worth savouring carefully. We visited four museums together, and Pegamond was well worth visiting because of its free Chinese commentator. The Nefertiti's head is not allowed to take pictures in the new museum. There is no Chinese interpreter. Although it can speak English, it's hard to listen, and it won't be heard later. Forget which Pavilion actually saw the Hammurabi code monument.