Finest Tours on the Museum Island
This exquisitely designed museum, extensively renovated and reopened in 2006, mainly exhibits sculptures, including masterpieces such as Donatello’s "Pazzi Madonna", Antonio Canova’s "Dancer" and the iconic "Tarquinius und Lucretia" by Petro Tacca.
The museum contains one of the largest collections of Etruscan art outside of Italy. Prepare to be dazzled by bronzes, urns, statues, ceramics, carved ivory, precious stones, vases and cultural artifacts.
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Deutsches Historisches Museum
In the Zeughaus, one of the many palatial buildings on Unter den Linden, the German Historical Museum reveals 2,000 years of German history. For this purpose, there’s an enormous exhibition of 7,000 artifacts arranged in chronological order.
Unter den Linden
Berlin’s oldest and most stately boulevard runs east to west from the Museum Island to the Brandenburg Gate. The route is as old as Berlin, and the lime trees that give Unter den Linden its name were planted in 1647. But it was only in the 18th century, during the reign of Frederick the Great that the boulevard took on its current grandeur.