Tag: DE – Museumsinsel (Museum Island) Berlin

6 Cultural Sites in Germany for your Bucketlist; Outlook Traveller

Germany is a cultural hub. And its museums have preserved these cultures and historically significant memorabilia with utmost care…

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Berlin to open cultural venues despite rising virus numbers; Kirsten Grieshaber; Associated Press

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Museums in Berlin; Visit Berlin

From great masterpieces to unusual exhibits – Berlin’s museums are home to stunning works of art and fascinating worlds. Due to the Corona Pandemic, all museums in Berlin are currently closed.

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5 Virtual Tours in Berlin, Germany for You to Dream Now & Visit Later; Regis Andanar; TripZilla

Catch a glimpse of the wonders of the city of Berlin through these amazing virtual tours that will allow you to dream now and visit later!

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Berlin’s Museum Island celebrates 20 years of UNESCO status; Elisabeth Yorck von Wartenburg; Deutsche Welle

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48 hours in Berlin: A must-do list when visiting Germany’s capital; Andrew Marshall; Canada.com

Planning a trip to Germany? Here’s where to go, what to see and what to eat if you only have 48 hours in Germany’s capital city, Berlin.

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A Modern Tourist’s View of Pergamon Museum; Catherine Tsounis; Hellenic News

“Absolutely everyone on my Kontiki Tour was heading to one place in Berlin: the Pergamon Museum which is the best Ancient Greek Museum in Europe,” said Despina Siolas, MD/Ph.D. “It is amazing how all the museums of Germany are East of the Brandenburg Bridge.”

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Take a stroll with us on Berlin’s Museum Island; Deutsche Welle

Museum Island in the heart of Berlin is a complex of five museums built on an island in the River Spree over the course of 130 years. Since 1999, the architectural ensemble has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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The Pergamon Museum; Ino Manalo; Inquirer Lifestyle

A friend from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization once told Ino Manalo that his organization’s famous World Heritage List generally excludes museums. Ino Manalo suppose this may have to do with the fact that museums are very obviously heritage sites. As such, they do not need a Unesco declaration to be accorded recognition and protection.

Source: The Pergamon Museum | Inquirer Lifestyle

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