10 Angles of Museum Island
Bode Museum | © Avera91 / deviantart
Museum Island is Berlin’s
culturally rich mini metropolis that draws in innumerable tourists each year. With stunning views inside and outside the buildings, no wonder why this isle of enrichment is so alluring. UNESCO substantiates this sentiment with its famous words, ‘The museum as a social phenomenon owes its origins to the Age of Enlightenment in the 18th century. The five museums on the Museumsinsel in Berlin, built between 1824 and 1930, are the realization of a visionary project and show the evolution of approaches to museum design over the course of the 20th century
The roof terrace and dome of the Reichstag building serves as a viewing point of the parliamentary and governmental district. It also looks like a colossal futuristic beauty salon hair dryer.
Berlin, Museum Island 5/12 (hs30) © Ted and Jen / Flickr
Little is known about these Bronzed bathers by the River Spree other than so many flock to get a glimpse of these immobile nudists.
Altes Museum © Domenico Citrangulo /Flickr
The Altes Museum is a neoclassical beauty that houses the collection of classical antiquities.
Last rays of sun on the Berliner Dom and the Fernsehturm © Fulvio Spada /Flickr
The Berlin Cathedral caught in between sunset and shadow.
On the way to the Museum Island © Mike Steele /Flickr
A bronzed female archer confuses amblers with her accidental ambiguity, is she a nameless Amazon or is she Diana?
Berliner Dom, the roof © Berit Watkin / Flickr
When entering some place breathtaking, don’t forget to look up.
museum island © Hendrik Dacquin / Flickr
This shot complicates vantage points with an architectural closeup.
Berlin (6) © matryosha /Flickr
Are there steps or shadows behind the violinist?
Berlin Museum Island, River Spree, Boat © chas B / Flickr
An ominous sky casted over the Bode Museum.