The New Museum in Berlin displays ancient Egypt and prehistoric civilizations, the most famous being the bust of Nefertiti. The first beauty of ancient Egypt, with a long neck and a subtle smile, although belonging to a different era, she still shows her noble temperament.
Neusmuseum, the masterpiece of classicist Schenkel, experienced World War II, only one façade was left. After the reunification of Germany, it was funded by the state. David chipperfield carried out a comprehensive upgrade and transformation of the interior of the building. The white sandstone and the grand staircase were saved As before, the long-necked princess from Egypt is a treasure of the town hall, and it is worth a visit.
I like history and can spend a lot of time in museums. My husband is not interested in museums, so my time is limited. There are many interesting artifacts, including Egyptian collections. They never display mummies there, out of the need to respect those who were carefully packed and buried 2000 years ago. This museum is easy for children to lose interest because there are not too many "experienceable exhibits".
As an architect, I was surprised by this building and its dining concept. It's really very special. Of course, the artwork there is definitely worth seeing. The audio guide is free. We bought the Berlin Card for 46 Euros and can take the bus for 72 hours to enter the museum for free.