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Museums in Berlin

Berlin hosts some of the world's most important museums and art galleries. We present you the best and most famous of the almost 200 museums of Berlin.

The Pergamon Museum is the most imposing museum on the Museum Island and the most visited museum in Berlin. The colossal reconstructions that it receives inside make it a unique museum.

The New Museum is the jewel of the five museums that make up Museum Island. Both its architecture and its collection is surprising and essential.

Hamburger Bahnhof: With paintings by artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein or Joseph Beuys, the Hamburger Bahnhof is Berlin's best-known contemporary art museum.

Berggruen Museum: Over 100 works by Picasso and works by Henri Matisse, Paul Klee and Alberto Giacometti make the Berggruen Museum one of Berlin's favorites.

DDR Museum: The DDR Museum gathers objects and reconstructions of the communist part of Berlin that reflect the strict regime in which the Germans lived in East Berlin between 1949 and 1990.

German Museum of Technology: Airplanes, ships, trains and experiments make the German Museum of Technology an ideal place to travel through the history of science. Perfect for the youngest.

Checkpoint Charlie Wall Museum: As the name implies, the Checkpoint Charlie Wall Museum is dedicated to the Berlin Wall and the most famous border crossing: Checkpoint Charlie. In this museum are told the stories of the people who managed to cross the wall.

Jewish Museum: Opened in 2001 with surprising architecture, the Jewish Museum in Berlin seeks to spread Jewish-German history and culture. Not the typical Holocaust museum.

Former National Gallery of Berlin: The imposing Neoclassical building, which opened in 1876 and composes the Alte Nationalgalerie, houses an art gallery from the 11th century. A place recommended for lovers of painting.

Bode Museum: The Bode Museum is formed by the Collection of Sculptures, one of the largest in the world, and the Byzantine Museum of Art. The architecture of the building is shocking.

Museum of German History: The German History Museum in Berlin recalls the history of Germany from the year 100 BC. to the present day. Probably not the most entertaining museum for a vacation.

Ancient Museum: Greek myths, ancient culture or archaeological excavations are some of the themes of the Ancient Museum in Berlin.

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