Everything can be found in Berlin, from medieval churches to the remains of World War II. The city is also famous for having its art and archaeological museums, including the art space me (“moving energies”) Collectors Room, located feet from the now-closed Clärchens Ballhaus. But apart from wonderful exhibitions and a really cozy café, the top floor of the space hides one of the most stunning wunderkammers one can find.
This collection is unusual for its variety—around 300 objects from the Renaissance and Baroque periods—with a special taste for memento mori antiques.
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