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The Alte Nationalgalerie is an art gallery located in Berlin, Germany. It can be found in the UNESCO recognized Museum Island complex, and showcases a beautiful collection of Neoclassical, Romantic, and Impressionist artwork.
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Ascend Berlin's skyline for unmatched city views from the iconic tower
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Cruise through Berlin and see a new side of the German capital
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The Berlin chapter of the international science exhibition sensation BODY WORLDS takes you on a voyage of discovery beneath the surface of the skin. The aim of the exhibition is to give visitors an understanding of what the human body's inner workings can tell us about ourselves and our lives, and how under the skin, people of all cultures and ethnicities are fundamentally the same.
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The Neues Museum reopened in 2009, after extensive renovations. Since then, it has attracted more than a million visitors per year. It houses two major collections.
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This highly interactive museum lets visitors feel what it was like to live behind the wall - in the DDR (Deutsche Demokratische Republik). It chronicles, via video and film, daily life as it was under Communism. The museum also includes hundreds of ways to help you experience life behind the iron curtain, including watching East German TV shows, being 'bugged', voting in a (rigged) election and taking a (simulated) car ride in an iconic Trabi.
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Delve into the past and appreciate the present with a city tour of Berlin
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Panoramapunkt, on Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, allows visitors to get up to the 24th and 25th floors for amazing views of the city. There's also an exhibition on the history of the square.
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Designed by Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind, the Jewish Museum Berlin is one of the German capital's most iconic buildings. More than a repository of Jewish cultural history (although it certainly is that too), the building's startling architecture and design are central to the museum experience itself. The place is full of symbolic spaces that reflect the lived reality and history of German-Jews.
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The Neue Nationalgalerie at the Berlin Kulturforum is a world-class architectural icon from the mind of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886–1969), built to house 20th-century art. A major refurbishment was carried out during the late 2010s to bring the ‘60s-era building up to modern standards. The column-free “universal space” is a classic of modernism and serves as the perfect location for works from European and North American masters like Edvard Munch, Pablo Picasso, Max Ernst, Salvador Dalí, Francis Bacon, and Andy Warhol, amongst many others. Some of the museum’s most famous works are Potsdamer Platz by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, The Skat Players by Otto Dix, and Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue IV by Barnett Newman. A rotating calendar of special exhibitions also takes place in the Neue Nationalgalerie, so keep an eye out for their latest offerings.
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Explore life-sized reconstructions of Greek and Roman architectural monuments
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The Gemäldegalerie is an art gallery located close to the south-east corner of the Großer Tiergarten in Berlin. The museum houses the major works of the Berlin State Museums, including a number of masterpieces from the 13th-18th centuries by German masters. The nearest station is U Potsdamer Platz.
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Interactive museum of optical illusion and modern art. The new DeJa Vu Museum offers a wide range of exhibits for all ages on approximately 1000m² on two levels. As one of the largest museums in Europe, it includes diverse exhibits that can be divided into different categories: Digital exhibits Physical exhibits Optical exhibits Interactive exhibits Permanent exhibits
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Illuseum Berlin is a family-friendly museum of beguiling optical illusions, sense-defying physics exhibits, and interactive trickery all rooted in science. It is located in the center of Berlin – or is it?
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The Museum of Photography / Helmut Newton Foundation is located in Berlin's Charlottenburg district, quite close to the zoo. It's easy to reach. Take the U-Bahn U1 (Kurfürstendamm); U2, U9 (Zoologischer Garten), or the S-Bahn S5, S7, S75 (Zoologischer Garten).
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