Which museum has Nefertiti?

Which museum has Nefertiti?

Neues Museum Berlin

Nefertiti Bust
Created 1345 BCE Thutmose, Ancient Egypt
Discovered 6 December 1912 Amarna, Egypt
Discovered by German Oriental Society
Present location Neues Museum Berlin, Germany

What is inside the Neues Museum?

The museum houses the Egyptian museum and papyrus collection with its famous bust of Queen Nefertiti and other works of art from the time of the king Akhenaten. Portions of another major collection, artifacts from the Stone Age and later prehistoric eras from the Museum of Pre- and Early History, are on display.

What can you see in Pergamonmuseum?

Highlights of the Pergamon Museum

  • The famous Ishtar Gate from Babylon.
  • The Asia Minor Pergamon Altar with its elaborate reliefs (currently closed)
  • Roman Market Gate of Miletus from the early 2nd century A.D.
  • The filigree Mshatta Façade from a Jordanian desert castle.
  • Statuette of a Praying Man from Assur.

Is there a Pergamonmuseum in Berlin?

Music and Belonging between Turkey and Germany (1961–2021) © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / Museum für Islamische Kunst Pergamonmuseum. Das Panorama PERGAMON. Meisterwerke der antiken Metropole und 360°-Panorama von Yadegar Asisi

What happened to the Pergamon Museum?

As Germany was divided following the Second World War, so was the collection. The Pergamon Museum was reopened in 1959 in East Berlin, while what remained in West Berlin was displayed in Schloss Charlottenburg.

What is in the Pergamon Museum in Athens?

This collection is divided between the Pergamon Museum and the Altes Museum. The collection contains sculpture from the archaic to Hellenistic ages as well as artwork from Greek and Roman antiquity: architecture, sculptures, inscriptions, mosaics, bronzes, jewelry and pottery.

Where is Pergamon located?

// PERGAMON. Masterpieces from the Ancient Metropolis with a 360° Panorama by Yadegar Asisi The panorama takes visitors back to the year AD 129, showing the ancient city of Pergamon on the west coast of Asia Minor. DEUTSCH: PERGAMON.