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Museum Island, Berlin

Berlin Museum Island

The unique collection of galleries and museums on Berlin Museum Island, with its five temple-like buildings, houses treasures from 6,000 years of human history. Elevated to UNESCO World Heritage status in 1999, and located in Berlin's historical centre, the complex is the centrepiece of the city's museum network and is Europe's largest cultural investment project.

The Scottish historian John Strang once wrote that it would take several days to see all of the many thousands of artistic treasures housed in the Berlin museum. That was at a time when there was just one museum on this island in the river Spree: the Museum of the Ancient World, built in 1830 to designs by Karl Friedrich Schinkel and the first public museum in Prussia. Then followed the New Museum in 1859, the Old National Gallery in 1876, the Bode Museum in 1904 and the Pergamon Museum in 1930. The buildings on Berlin Museum Island house mainly 19th century art and the archaeological collections, which contain such treasures as the Ishtar Gate, the Pergamon Altar, the Market Gate of Miletus, the bust of Nefertiti and the Berlin Gold Hat from the Bronze Age. Post-reunification, the collections that had been dispersed between East and West Berlin were gradually reunited. Objects that been put into storage elsewhere as a result of war damage were also restored to their original places in the museums. The New Museum, for example, had been left as a ruin for around 60 years until it was restored and rebuilt by British star architect David Chipperfield. A new building, the James Simon Gallery, will soon serve as the main entrance to the entire Museum Island. An archaeological promenade will link the various museums and galleries both spatially and thematically as well as providing an extraordinary panorama of cultures from around the world.

Opening times, tours and tips

Opening times

Pergamon Museum (Collection of Classical Antiquities, Museum of Islamic Art, Museum of the Ancient Near East), the New Museum (Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection, and the Museum of Prehistory and Early History):

Monday to Sunday 10am to 6pm, Thursday till 8pm

From Autumn 2014, the Pergamon Altar in the Pergamon Museum is to be closed to the public for approx. five years.

Museum of the Ancient World, Bode Museum (Sculpture Collection, Museum of Byzantine Art and Numismatic Collection) and Old National Gallery:

Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 6pm, Thursday until 8pm

Further information:

www.smb.museum

Renginiai

The Palast is by far the most visited theatre in Berlin. On the biggest theatre stage in the world, over half a million guests each year experience the finest modern show entertainment. With over 100 artists, the last magnificent building of the GDR stages the world’s largest revue shows.

VIVID is a declaration of love to life. Featuring more than 100 stunning artists on the world’s biggest theater stage. A production budget of 12 million euros for spectacular costumes and stage sets of unparalleled dimensions. A kaleidoscope of physical perfection and outstanding artistic performances that may prompt tears of joy. Accompany R’eye on her hypersensuous identity quest and indulge your eyes in spectacular diversity.

Nākamie pasākumi:

27.09.2018 - 01.07.2020

Pasākuma norises vieta

Friedrichstadt-Palast
Friedrichstr. 107
10117 Berlin
Fon: +49 30 2326 2326
tickets@palast.berlin
www.palast.berlin

Rīkotājs

Friedrichstadt-Palast
Friedrichstr. 107
10117 Berlin
Fon: +49 30 2326 2326
tickets@palast.berlin
http://www.palast.berlin

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From 6th September 2019 to 27th January 2020 Berlinische Galerie shows Bauhaus-Originals and contemporary positions.
Marking the centenary of the Bauhaus’s founding, the Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung’s exhibition at the Berlinische Galerie is presenting famous, familiar and forgotten Bauhaus originals and recounting the history behind the objects. “original bauhaus” sheds light on how unique work and series, remake and original are inseparably linked in the history of the Bauhaus. In reference to 14 key objects, the exhibition tells 14 different stories.

Nākamie pasākumi:

06.09.2019 - 27.01.2020

Pasākuma norises vieta

Berlinische Galerie
Alte Jakobstraße 124-128
10969 Berlin
Fon: +49 (0)30-789 02-600
Fax: +49 (0)30-789 02-700
bg@berlinischegalerie.de
berlinischegalerie.de

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After a successful tour in 2017, the Beatles musical is "all you need is love!" to see it again on the stages in Germany and Austria in 2020!
In a sweeping biography, the show tells the most important stages of the most successful band of all time: From the first performances in the Hamburg Star Club to their last joint concert on the roof of a London office building.

Nākamie pasākumi:

23.04.2020 - 24.05.2020

no 20:00

Pasākuma norises vieta

Estrel Showtheater Berlin
Sonnenallee 225
12057 Berlin
Fon: 030 6831 6831
ticket@estrel.com
www.stars-in-concert.de

Rīkotājs

Stars in Concert
Sonnenallee 225
12057 Berlin
Fon: 030 6831 6831
ticket@estrel.com
https://www.stars-in-concert.de

Negarantējam visu norādīto cenu, datumu un darba laiku pareizību.

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