Pinsteps. UNESCO World Heritage Museum Island
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We are at the heart of the museum's work, which accompanied the shaping of the city as the capital of the German nation. The love of the leaders of the people for classical culture, the heritage of Greece and ancient Rome was accompanied by the process and demanded that the island of monarchy be turned into an island of culture and the sources of the nation. Signs of shots can be seen on pages. They were left as a sign and memory of the destruction experienced by the Germans after World War II. The museum in front of which we stand includes the works of art of the ancient world - including the famous statue of Nefertiti - the Queen of Ancient Egypt. This museum also contains the Egyptian collection and collection of Heinrich Schliemann, who excavated ancient Troy. Translated with Google Translate


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Hello, Berlin - A familiar tour

A short two-hour tour of the city will lead us through known squares and beauty to the famous museum island, towards the ancient palaces, enter the heart of the oppressive city and find out the source of the name Berlin and conclude with a number of unique stories including the story of Wolifrid Israel and the connection between Berlin and Kibbutz Hazorea Alexander is named after the Russian narrow Translated with Google Translate

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