The Pergamon-Museum is an archaeological museum on the museum island in Berlin, Germany. It was planed in 1907 and built until 1930 for the famous Pergamon altar which was brought to Berlin and is still on display here.

It contains works from Asia, Persia and Islamic art. Important are the Mschatta facade and the Ischtar gate from Babylon as well as the market gate of Milet. The museum is planned to be closed from 2014 and 2023 for restauration works.

Bodestraße 1-3
10178 Berlin


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