PHOTO: © Blick ins Videopanorama mit dem Palast der Republik (c) Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss / Foto: Alexander Schippel

Videopanorama - Geschichte des Ortes

In the organizer's words:

Embark on a visual journey through eight centuries. A collage of images and films shows the buildings that once stood here, their uses and important events that took place here. It makes it clear that the site was a representative center of power for centuries, symbolically charged and often controversial.

Princes and politicians demolished, rebuilt or constructed new buildings here in order to express their political aspirations and visions. The design of the exhibition space with its raw concrete walls also alludes to the fact that this place was always a "construction site of power".

With the Panorama video, the Humboldt Forum offers an introduction to the history of the site. The Sculpture Hall, the palace cellar and the exhibition Traces, which are spread throughout the building, complement this approach.

For those who want to delve even deeper into history, the Berlin exhibition "Berlin Global" and the exhibition "Insights. The Humboldt Brothers" offer further exciting impressions.

- Free admission

- Opening hours: Exhibitions: Wednesdays to Mondays from 10:30 - 18:30. Tuesday is a regular closing day.

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Humboldt Forum Schloßplatz 10178 Berlin

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