|Address||Bodestraße 1-3, 10178 Berlin, Germany|
|Town or city||Berlin|
The Pergamon Museum is one of the buildings that is on the Museuminsel (Museum Island) in Berlin, Germany and is part of an UNESCO World Heritage Site. It contains the Antique Collection, Vorderasiatisches Museum (Near East Museum) and the Museum for Islamic Art.
German Emperor Wilhelm II commissioned the construction of the museum between 1910 and 1930. The building takes on a Striped classicism style. During World War II, the museum was partially damaged. Russian troops took some artifacts from the museum. Some are still today in Russian possession. Others were returned in 1958 to East Germany.
Notable exhibition pieces include:
- The Pergamon Altar