Current exhibitions

First installation of the Mshatta Facade in the Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum (now Bode-Museum) in 1904. Its presentation in a low-ceilinged ground-floor gallery was a compromise. The spectacular new accession sparked the establishment of a 'Persian and Islamic

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Mshatta in focus.

The richly decorated façade of the early Islamic desert palace of Mshatta was presented as a gift...
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Architecture of Antiquity

With an annual figure of 1.000.000 visitors the Pergamon Museum ranks among the most popular...
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Art of Islamic Cultures

The Museum of Islamic Art is situated in the south wing of the Pergamonmuseum. Its permanent...
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Ancient Near Eastern Cultures

The Museum of the Ancient Near East ranks alongside the Louvre and the British Museum as one of the...
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Past exhibitions

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Antinoos - Lover and God

This exhibition centres on a monumental, 2.37m tall statue of Antinoos, confidant and closet lover...
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Islamic Art in the Berlin collections

At the opening of the 'Kaiser Friedrich Museum' in October 1904, Wilhelm von Bode surprised the...
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The Baghdad and Hedjas Railway


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