Bode Museum, Berlin
The Bode Museum in Berlin's Mitte district is part of the building ensemble of the Museum Island and is therefore a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built by Ernst von Ihne in neo-baroque style as the Kaiser Friedrich Museum between 1898 and 1904 on behalf of Kaiser Wilhelm II, it houses the sculpture collection and the Museum of Byzantine Art as well as the coin cabinet. On the forecourt was the equestrian statue of Frederick III created by Rudolf Maison, which was destroyed in the GDR era.
August 27, 2022
One of my absolute favorite places in Berlin! There is a beach bar directly on the banks of the Spree, below the Monbijou Theater, where a wide variety of dance styles are regularly taught at low cost. From 8 p.m. an open dance floor attracts dancers of all talent levels to swing or foxtrot. Theme evenings vary and leave nothing to be desired! Great atmosphere with a great view of the Spree and the Bodemuseum!
June 26, 2018
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