A "Sanctuary for art and science"
The Berlin Museum Island is a must for anyone interested in art: built by the Prussian kings from 1830 to 1930, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most important sights of Berlin. The Alte Nationalgalerie is part of this museum complex.
The architecture of the Alte Nationalgalerie, the "sanctuary for art and science", as it was once called, is an exciting mix of different types of buildings: you will find elements of a temple, a theater as well as a church. This colorful mix is intended to emphasize the unity of nation, history, and art.
The collection of the Old National Gallery is dedicated to the art of the 19th century. Influential art movements and pioneering artists of the epoch are presented here – among them are artists such as David Caspar Friedrich, Arnold Böcklin, Eduard Manet, Lovis Corinth, and Sabine Lepius.
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