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Berlin-Eurotrip

Berlin stopover during Eurotrip

Nithin Mathew

19 Jul 2018 - 25 Jul 2018

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19 Jul 2018

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This was a dream come true for me and to this day this is the museum I likes the most. The museum focuses mostly on Egyptian and pre history and early history collections which includes the famous bust of Egyptian queen Nefertiti. Pyramids and Pharaohs and the world of mummies always fascinated ...

20 Jul 2018

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Tells the story of Anne Frank and connects us to the world she lived in. The exhibition here focuses on her diary with the help of listening stations and portrait films. It also has detailed photographs of the family's hiding place. It is a small exhibition but a very important one from history.

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Former railway terminus converted into a contemporary art museum. It is a part of the Berlin national gallery. There is a lot of exhibits here and if you want to see them all, it will take two to three hours at least.

21 Jul 2018

5

This is the most visited and one of the largest museum in the country but it was under maintenance when we were there. A lot of the museum area were closed when we were there, very dissapointed. The museum consists of three collections- antiquity collection, middle East museum and museum of Isla...

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Home for a collection of sculptures, Byzantine art, coins and medals. It houses one of the largest coin collections in the world, range spanning from 7th century BC to the present day. The museum is very large just like the other museums in the Museum Island of Berlin but the amount of people vi...

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A memorial for the victims of war and dictatorship. The sculpture you see is that of a mother and her dead son, placed directly under a circular opening on the roof. The sculpture is exposed to the rain, cold, and snow and all the other natural elements symbolizing the suffering of civilians duri...

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The iconic monument of Berlin and Germany. The gate was often a site for major historical events. The place and the area surrounding it are very crowded, it is also place for conducting protests/ events etc.. When we were there there was a "hare Krishna" event going on there. It was good to see ...

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A memorial to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Located right near to the Brandunburg gate, a walk through the concrete blocks makes you unease and confused due to the varying heights of the blocks. Perhaps making a small sense to what the victims underwent during their difficult time.

23 Jul 2018

5

A bit disappointed that major parts of the museum were closed while we were there. The museum looks normal from the front but it actually is an architectural masterpiece. You will understand once you are inside. This is the largest Jewish Museum in Europe. The "Garden of exile" with it's tilte...

25 Jul 2018

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Nazi Concentration camp- one of the sadest place I ever visited. The museum punches you in the face by showing what humans are capable of doing to each other. There are prison houses, execution trenches, morgue, gas chambers, crematorium, and many other structures that were used during the world ...