Take a tour of Potsdam Film Museum in Potsdam, Germany – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
One of Germany’s most beautiful buildings, which houses the country’s longest standing film museum can be found in Potsdam.
The regal building that houses the museum once served as the royal stables of the Potsdam Palace.
Filmmuseum Potsdam offers visitors the opportunity to learn the history of Babelsberg Studio, as well as view alternating exhibits of world cinema.
The museum was opened in 1981 and both the building and surrounding parks and grounds are classified as a UNESCO world heritage site.
The baroque architecture was given its present appearance in the 18th century and represents the wide array of culture and history found in this outstanding museum.
In 1993 the interior of the building was redesigned to adhere to international standards.