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Pros: Good collection of Greek and Roman artefacts; informative and free audio guide.
Cons: No "must-see" pieces in the collection; even for a history fan, it gets abit repetitive/ boring after awhile.
The first thing that impressed me was the sheer scale of this building. The architecture alone is worth the visit.
There are many Greek and Roman exhibits, well laid out within the different exhibition and annotated in both German and English and, I believe, multilingual...More
Here you can see impressive collections of Greek, Roman and Egyptian excavations Germans amassed over the years. Some of the objects have been repatriated to their countries of origin because they were considered spoils of war, but much still remains and some have had to...More
This is a fabulous building, offers a nice view from a higher floor. I learned on a tour that the dish outside was supposed to be inside but too big to fit! Anyways, the collection is good but lacks a top quality item that other...More
They do have a diverse collection . . . the standard statues representing the epitome of beauty as well as mythological creatures, sarcophagi, burial urns, pottery shards, statues which had the genitalia chiseled off under Christian influence, sundials, as well as busts, statues and stories...More
Has a very large collection of Greek and Roman items, probably on of the best in the World. Unfortunately lacks that one thing that would be must see (something like the Head of Nefretiti in the Neues Museum or the Ishtar Gate in the Pergamon)....More
This collection is found in the Altes Museum on Museum Island. Many high quality antiquities from Greek and Roman times are housed here even if there is nothing as in-your-face as Nefertiti's bust. If I could visit just two museums in Berlin, this would be...More