More than 700 paintings from 14th to 18th century Europe hang on the walls of the Alte Pinakothek gallery in Munich – and that's just the permanent exhibition.
The majority of the paintings on display are from the Renaissance period and the Dutch baroque movement. The collection includes masterpieces such as Dürer and Rembrandt's self-portraits, Altdorfer's 'The Battle of Alexander at Issus', Leonardo da Vinci's 'Madonna of the Carnation' and Tintoretto's humorous interpretation of Venus's adultery.
Wednesday-Sunday 10am-6pm, Tuesday 10am-8pm, Monday closed
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