The National Museums (Berlin) is the result of centuries of collecting. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, farms greatly increased through generous donations, through archaeological fieldwork and off-road ethnological expeditions.
In 1593, during the reign of Elector John George, a gazebo was added to the rear facade. Under King Frederick I of Prussia (1657-1713) the house was completely renovated and altered, and finally the service yard and storage spaces for
The Coin Collection in Bode Museum (Berlin) has showrooms that offer a wonderful view of the river. It opened in 1904, though it was closed for repairs from the mid-90s until 2006. The museum houses a large collection of sculptures, a
This museum houses an excellent collection of unique ceramics, jades and bronzes from China, Japan, Korea and Southeast Asia. It has a collection of almost 2,000 objects, from 5000 BC to the present day. The museum offers visitors a
This place officially opened in February 1963. Its founding director was Gerhard Lamprecht, who for decades had meticulously compiled an extensive collection of movies, documents and equipment. The City of Berlin acquired this
In Berlin there's a rather curious shop, called Garage at Ahornstrasse 2; U9 Schlosstrasse. They sell second-hand clothes and charge by "weight", a kilo costs 13.99 euros. You can find some bargains for your lifestyle.