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Compared to New York, Bilbao and Venice, it is a relatively small exhibition place.
Compared to New York, Bilbao and Venice, it is a relatively small exhibition place. It usually hosts a temporary exhibition and is free on Monday, with a free guided tour starting at 4PM. Since the place is small and the name 'Guggenheim' a very famous one, the place is often very crowded.
Unter den Linden 13/15, Berlin, Germany
+49 30 2020930
Nazi Propaganda Minister Josef Goebbels made Bebelplatz (then called Opernplatz) infamous on 10th May 1933, when he used the square across from Humboldt University to burn 20,000 books by 'immoral' authors of whom the Nazis did not approve
The Hugenottenmuseum represents the ongoing influence on Berlin by the Huguenots who emigrated from France after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes
Originally erected in 1818 to a classically-inspired design by Karl Friedrich Schinkel as a guardhouse for the imperial palace, since 1993 this compact building has housed a small, but extremely powerful war cenotaph, the Central Memorial of the Federal Republic of Germany, continuing its use under East German rule as the primary 'Memorial to the Victims of Fascism and Militarism'
The Neue Kirche, also known as Deutscher Dom, is one of the 3 buildings of the ‘trinity ensemble’ in the Gendarmenmarkt square, along with the Französische Dom and the Konzerthaus
Admiralspalast or Admiral Palace is a historic theatre that opened in 1910, and survived both World Wars
German historical museum covering everything from pre-history right up to the present day
The Pergamon Museum is partially closed for renovation until 2019