Natural History Museum/Museum fuer Naturkunde

Invalidenstrasse 43
Berlin, 10115
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+49 (0)3 020 938 561

The Museum für Naturkunde, officially the Museum für Naturkunde or Naturkundemuseum (Natural History Museum), occasionally known as the Humboldt Museum, is a natural history museum in Berlin, Germany.

The museum houses a massive collection of more than 30 million zoological, paleontological, and minerological specimens, including more than ten thousand type specimens.

It is most famous for two spectacular exhibits: the largest mounted dinosaur in the world, and the most exquisitely preserved specimen of the earliest known bird,Archaeopteryx.

This is the largest museum of natural history in Germany, and was established in 1810. Its collections contain objects from three major fields, paleontologymineralogy, and zoology.

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