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This museum was built from 1843-55 and heavily damaged during WW II. It reopened in Oct 2009 after rebuilding by British architect David Chipperfield. Exhibits comprise the Egyptian and Prehistory and Early History collections including the iconic bust of the Egyptian queen Nefertiti.
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This is Berlin's Egyptian museum, as well a museum of both prehistory and early history. Displayed are not only artifacts but also testimonies of travelers and expeditions that allowed for the rediscovery of Ancient Egypt and lead to the phenomenon of 18th-century egyptomania that swept Europe. Most…
This museum was recently restored after being out of use since the WWII. The architecture is amazing as is the bust of Nefratiti.
Greatest architectural reconstruction you'll see and amazing Egyptian sculpture including Nefertiti's Head!
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