New Views across the Spree
A new square will be created on the eastern side of the Pergamonmuseum facing the Spree. Like all areas surrounding the Pergamonmuseum, it will be designed as a public space for the first time. Visitors will be able to reach the square, which is to be planted with sycamores, from the Colonnade Courtyard. It will be an ideal place for visitors to have a rest and enjoy the wonderful view of the James-Simon-Park located on the opposite side of the river. Due to this new space and the passages under the side wings leading to the Court of Honor, the Pergamonmuseum will be integrated more strongly into the context of the island than before. Additionally, there will be a summertime café on the Spree-side square behind the Pergamonmuseum.