Bode Museum is located on the northernmost end of “Museum Island”, within the city-centre of Berlin. This Museum is a must-visit for any person who is interested in art, predominantly medieval art. The Bode Museum was established in the year 1904. For past few years it was closed down and was reopened in the year 2006, subsequent to extensive renovations. The Bode Museum contains prosperity of art and artifacts, which are from the medieval period and Byzantine period, mainly from Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, and France.
Things to see in Bode Museum:
The Museum Building
The main building of this museum was designed by Ernst von Ihne. He was the government building officer. The Bode Museum is constructed in “Wilhelminian Baroque” form of architecture. The museum building is a majestic, splendid [...]