German authorities concealed massive vandalism in the Pergamon Museum

According to the weekly Die Zeit, a series of acts of vandalism swept across in early October against exhibits of museums of ancient and modern art.

The journalists conducted their own and found out that on October 3, unknown attackers poured oily liquid on about 70 objects of art in museums in Berlin on Museum Island.

It is clarified that the state of emergency occurred in the Pergamon Museum, the New Museum, and the Old National Gallery.

“The attacks were subjected to paintings of the 19th century, ancient Egyptian sarcophagi and stone sculptures,” the newspaper writes, stressing that the German authorities hid this fact from the public.

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