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Bode Museum: photo description (Bode-Museum)

Museum island can be called the real cultural heart of Berlin, right here are a few treasures of Germany, who tend to visit numerous tourists. Bode Museum is a true gem of the island, featuring an amazing combination of massive ancient walls and picturesque location.

The creation of this masterpiece of art was at the turn of XIX and XX centuries, when government rules the Emperor Frederick III. Despite the fact that the time of his reign was very short, he was able to turn Berlin into a real cultural capital of the European level. The idea of the Emperor was the construction of the new Museum, which will feature his numerous collections. Thanks to the talented architect Ernest von Ine in 1904 the Museum was built, which was named after Kaiser Friedrich. The wedge-shaped building in neo-Baroque style, occupied a space the size of about 6 thousand square kilometres and looked very majestic.

Despite the fact that during the war years the Museum was seriously damaged, it has been fully restored. The last opening took place in 2006, and now every tourist has the opportunity to enjoy exhibits of astonishing beauty. On the concept of the Museum center worked Wilhelm von Bode, in his honor in 1956 and was renamed the Museum. The German critic has been ergonomically designed to connect disparate collection of Frederick III, where in each hall were exhibited exhibits a separate era or time period.

After the death of the Emperor collection is engaged in Wilhelm von Bode. He bought the exhibits from all over Europe to expand Museum collections. Today the Bode Museum has three collections, which include sculptures, numismatic collections and objects of Byzantine art.