The New Museum in Berlin displays ancient Egypt and prehistoric civilizations, the most famous being the bust of Nefertiti. The first beauty of ancient Egypt, with a long neck and a subtle smile, although belonging to a different era, she still shows her noble temperament.
A German museum on Egyptian history, there is a lot to see about Berlin's looting of ancient civilizations, this museum is also interesting, belonging to a very modern construction of a very large museum.
This museum houses collections from Egypt and Rome, the most notable of which is the bust of Nefertiti. I chose this museum on Museum Island because there are fewer people than the nearby Pergamon Museum. You can take pictures inside. The bookstore/gift shop is also great!
[view] good looking [fun] fun [price/performance] recommended
Neusmuseum, the master of classicalism, the representative work of Shenker, after World War II, only one facade left, Germany unified by the national finance allocation, David chipperfield comprehensive upgrade and renovation of the interior of the building, white sandstone, grand staircase, rescue as old, The long neck statue of the king of Egypt is a treasure of the town hall, well worth a visit.
I like history and can spend a lot of time in museums. My husband is not interested in museums, so my time is limited. There are many interesting artifacts, including Egyptian collections. They never display mummies there, out of the need to respect those who were carefully packed and buried 2000 years ago. This museum is easy for children to lose interest because there are not too many "experienceable exhibits".