The Neues Museum houses some of the most fascinating artifacts in any museum in Berlin, each piece telling a story that dates back hundreds, if not thousands of years. And with its 2003 restoration incorporating the wounds it suffered during WWII into the building that we see today, the museum itself tells its own chilling tales. Officially reopened in 2009, the Neues Museum brings its vast collection of Egyptian historical artifacts, as well as stunning prehistory, and early history collections. If you’re looking to see artifacts spanning from Egypt, to Cyprus, to Troy—as well as walk around in some of Berlin’s history— drop by the Neues Museum.
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