Collection of Classical Antiquities, Berlin
The Museum of Antiquities in Berlin's Charlottenburg district has been housed since 1960 in the western part of the building erected by Stüler; organization-wise, it has again been combined with the Antique Collection in the Pergamon Museum and is now also designated as the Antique Collection. The identical eastern part is occupied by the Egyptian Museum, and between the two a wide road leads to Charlottenburg Palace.
Collection of Classical Antiquities Map
Address: Schlossstrasse 1, D-14059 Berlin, Germany
Opening hours: 10am-6pm; Thu: 10am-10pm; Closed: Mon
Entrance fee in EUR: Adult €8.00, Concession or reduced rate €4.00
The Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection in Berlin exhibits artifacts of art and culture from Ancient Egypt.
Berlin Antique Collection - Treasure Chamber
The Treasure Chamber in the basement of the Berlin Antique Collection houses such celebrated exhibits as the Hildesheim Treasure (a hoard of silver vessels dating from the time of the Roman Emperor Augustus in the first C.), mummy portraits from Fayum in Egypt (first C.) the Scythian Gold Treasure from north of the Black Sea (c. 500 BC) and others.
Map - Collection of Classical Antiquities
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