Berlin Jewish Museum

Berlin Jewish Museum

Take out some time from your busy itinerary of Berlin city and check out the Jewish Museum. Check out the two buildings that this museum comprises of and you will be thrilled with the information found here. Ask those who know and they will inform you that this museum depicts German Jewish history over a […]

East Side Gallery

East Side Gallery

Paying a visit to Berlin and not viewing the East Side Gallery is perhaps the biggest blunder that a tourist can make. Check out the 1.3 kilometers long portion of the Berlin Wall and view the 100 odd paintings on the same.

Neues Museum

Neues Museum

What you see today is the restoration of a beautiful piece of art that was shattered during the Second World War. Situated to the north of the Old Museum, the New Museum, whose plans were drafted by Friedrich August Stuler, was built between the years 1843 and 1855. It was initially opened for public view […]

Bode Museum

Bode Museum

Check out its entrance hall in the evening when the lights are on… they look so dreamlike with statues lining the sides of the walls. Completed in the year 1904, the Bode Museum, which was designed by Ernst von Ihne is amongst a group of museums that make up the Museum Island (Museumsinsel)in Berlin. It […]

Pergamon Museum

Pergamon Museum

Take a look at the live-sized structures inside this gigantic museum. Few lovers of arts are aware of the fact that when Germany was divided in the aftermath of the second world war, its art treasures were divided too. Located on Museum Island (Museumsinsel), Berlin, the Pergamon Museum was designed by Ludwig Hoffmann and Alfred […]

Alte Nationalgalerie

Alte Nationalgalerie

Your search for some of the largest collections of nineteenth century paintings and sculptures in Germany begins and ends over here. A must visit for those who are interested in art, the Alte Nationalgalerie, or the Old National Gallery is a treasure trove that contains artworks of the types of impressionist, biedermeier, romantic, early modernist, […]

Charlottenburg Palace

Charlottenburg Palace

Charlottenburg Palace – a historical delight Designed by Johann Arnold Nering and built during the end of the seventeenth century, and located in Berlin’s western Charlottenburg disrict, the Charlottenburg Palace, also known as Schloss Charlottenburg, is the biggest palace in Berlin. This eighteenth century baroque palace was totally ravaged during the Second World War, but […]

Museumsinsel

Museumsinsel

Museumsinsel Welcome to the island of museums. Enjoy your visit and check out the group of five museums that were constructed over a period of 106 years, stretching from 1824 to 1930. UNESCO awarded it the world heritage status in the year 1999. Situated on a small island in the Spree River of Berlin, this […]

Deutsches Historisches Museum

Deutsches Historisches Museum

Deutsches Historisches Museum Situated in the Zeughaus, the German Historical Museum was founded in the year 1987 by Eberhard Dipgen, the mayor of Berlin and Helmut Kohl, the Chancellor of Germany. It was founded to celebrate the 750th anniversary of the founding of Berlin city. In the year 2004, an extension, designed by I.M. Pai, […]

Altes Museum

Altes Museum

This is place to visit if you are interested to view lots of vases and statues from the Roman and Greek era. Constructed between 1823 and 1830, the Altes Museum is famous with tourists because of its huge collection of antique artifacts. Karl Friedrich Schinkel built this neoclassical style structure for displaying the art collection […]