Bode Museum

The art works were shown within the context of original ceilings, fire places, door jambs, tapestries and furniture. Bodes presentation concept, aimed at a general effect of authenticity, was influential throughout the world. The museum was opened in 1904. On 19 October 2006, the Bode Museum was re-opened in its entirety, displaying the Sculpture Collection, the Numismatic Colletion and works from the Gemäldegalerie – Old Master Paintings. The Byzantine department owns a first-class collection of art works and utility objects from late Antiquity and the Byzantine period.The Numismatic Collection is one of the largest collections of its kind with around 500,000 objects. The Sculpture Collection possesses works from the Early Middle Ages to the late eighteenth century, from the German-speaking countries, France, the Netherlands, Italy and Spain.

Museum: Bode Museum
City: Berlin
Country: Germany
Address: Am Kupfergraben 1