Founded in the 13th century, Berlin has had an eventful history. Almost no other metropolis has experienced such frequent, radical change transforming the face of the city. Berlin offers much more sights than the famous Brandenburg Gate, from the glass dome of the Reichstag, to the striking Sony Center in Potsdamer Platz. The city has over 170 museums and collections, offering everything from the ancient to the ultra-modern - the Egyptian Nefertiti, the Greek Pergamon Altar, the painters of the "Brücke" and the "Bauhaus" and works by Baselitz and Beuys. Berlin’s nightlife is legendary and when the sun goes down visitors can hit the city’s lively clubs, which offers diverse new music and styles. In recent years Berlin has become popular with Argentine dancing and Swing dancing, which is celebrated with costumes and parties just like in the 30s.