14 October 2012 saw the first exhibition of the PERGAMON 360° panorama by Yadegar Asisi draw to a close. The exhibition had been held in a temporary rotunda in the Pergamon Museum’s courtyard. The archaeological exhibition, which received a Red Dot Award and an ADC Award for its design, had closed two weeks previously. The panorama alone drew a total of 900,000 curious visitors, while 1.5 million visited the archaeological exhibition. The number of visitors to the panorama and the number of visitors to the exhibition as a whole set visitor records for both Yadegar Asisi and the classical museum.