Sightseeing in Berlin (Part II) - The Pergamon Museum

The Pergamon Museum - this has got to be, in my opinion, the best museum I've been to thus far. I love it even more than The Louvre Museum in Paris and The Uffizi in Florence (to name a few)! Anyway, this museum is located on what is called the Museum Island (an island on the Spree River) on which at least four other museums may also be found. Photo 1 is of the entrance taken at night (recognise the person on the right? Hehe!).

Since visitors are not allowed to take photos using a flash, the quality of the photos are not as good as we'd like them to be. Therefore, I'm only going to show you the photos of the first amazing piece of history you see in this museum - the Pergamon Altar! It is an original-size reconstruction using parts transported from the original excavation sites - Photos 2-4. Thanks to Long-Long (a.k.a. Nazim) for POSING in the photos! POSER!!!Hahaha! ;P

[to be continued in Part III]

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