The Pegamon Museum is absolutely worth visiting in Berlin. The gates of Babylon and the altar of Zeus are very shocking. It was not easy for them to move all the gates of Babylon in. The museum is equipped with Chinese explanations, which make it easier for visitors to understand more. There is enough time to visit all day. If there is no time, the gates, altars and walls of the Islamic exhibition hall can be visited with emphasis. Only after reading this museum can we understand why Germany is so fond of accepting Syrian refugees, because they robbed too much from Syria and are now paying off their debts.
The Pegamon Museum, located on the Museum Island, is the most worthwhile Museum in Germany. It has more than 1 million visitors every year and is the most visited museum in Germany. Museum mainly collects a large number of cultural relics in Asia Minor, Persia, Babylon and other areas, the most famous of which is Ishtar Gate, Zeus Altar, Market Gate of Miletus, very shocking!
The Pegamon Museum is the largest museum on the Museum Island. It mainly collects ancient Egyptian and Islamic relics. The Chinese headphones give an excellent and comprehensive introduction to the exhibits. It makes people feel the edification of civilization as if they were in the ancient times.
The Pegamon Museum on Berlin's Museum Island is one of Berlin's most popular museums for visitors to visit. Unfortunately, the steps of its most famous town museum, Pegamon, are being renovated and not open. Because of some decoration reasons, at present, no advance booking is needed, just go to the queuing hall.
The ticket for a single gallery is 10_and the pass we bought is 18_. We can visit five galleries on Museum Island. Pegamonne is mainly a modern oil painting with exquisite works. However, I prefer Renaissance oil painting style to the collection of Schneider Museum of Art in Frankfurt.
The Pegamon Museum of Art in Berlin is amazing to move the Ishtar Gate directly into the museum. But this is only the corner of some of the beautiful buildings of the Babylonian and Assyrian dynasties. As a civilization two thousand years ago, many places surpass modern civilization, but the development direction of human civilization is different. They have been influencing the current European civilization. ?
Confirmation is very convenient, and there is no queue! Museum gives people a shocking feeling! ___________ It 's a rewarding trip!
The town hall of the Pergamon Museum Pegamon Museum is the Pegamon altar from the 2nd century B.C. in Pegamon (present-day Turkish territory), which occupies the entire exhibition hall. It's a pity that the museum is being repaired and will not be open to the public in recent years. Equally famous is the Istar Gate in Babylon, which is colorful and vivid in sculpture. In addition, there are many ancient cultural relics and Islamic works of art, such as the Milet Market Gate (Markttor), Mschatta-Fassade (Jordan's 8th century), Aleppo-Zimmer (17th century), etc. Most of the exhibits come from Sumer, Babylon, Assyria, North Syria-East Anatolia, that is, Iraq, Syria and Turkey. Many netizens mentioned that there was a long queue to visit the Pegamon Museum, so I made an appointment for a visit at 5:30 in advance on the website. When we went there, it was less than 5:00. Probably because there was no queue in the rain, there was no confirmation letter to buy tickets directly (remember to get a Chinese commentator).