Archäologisches Landesmuseum Brandenburg

Around Berlin

The beautiful Gothic red-brick St Pauli monastery has risen from ruins and now forms an atmospheric backdrop for nine rooms brimming with Brandenburg's archaeological treasures, including rare Stone Age textiles, Bronze Age gold rings, Germanic tools and medieval coins.

RE1 train travels to Brandenburg in 45 minutes. From the station, the museum is a 10-minute walk.

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