The Museum für Naturkunde, the natural history museum in Berlin, Germany 815
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The Museum für Naturkunde houses a collection of more than 30 millions zoological, mineralogical and paleontological specimens, the most famous of which are the largest mounted dinosaur skeleton in the world - the Giraffatitan brancai, and the specimen of Archaeopteryx - the earliest bird on Earth.
Other halls of the museum are dedicated to evolution, planets of the Solar system and the constitution of Earth, European nature and other subjects.
To see the largest dinosaur skeleton and pass through the Ishtar Gate, descend to a nuclear bombshelter and fly above the city on an air-balloon, take a ride on a dragon in the Legoland and sail on a boat through a cave, walk around the forest with lemurs and chill out on a tropical beach, take a tour of a motion picture studio on a steam locomotive and examine the design of various machines, visit a giant aquarium – these and other ideas for a family vacation in Berlin are presented in our review.