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Beauty in all its forms: art and architecture in Germany

From Old Masters to modern masterpieces, Germany is home to extraordinary treasures of the art world spanning every period and century. Marvel at fine art in all its forms of expression and discover architectural wonders that defined their eras.

The Deichtorhallen in Hamburg is one of Europe's largest exhibition spaces for contemporary art and photography.

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Since 1995, this historical brick-built house from 1737 has accommodated an exhibition and events centre for culturally minded visitors.

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Although still relatively new, the MMK Museum of Modern Art in Frankfurt am Main has established itself as one of the world's most important museums for contemporary art.

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With his design for Felix Nussbaum Haus, which he called Museum Without Exit, architect Daniel Libeskind has created a poignant memorial in Osnabrück dedicated to Nussbaum and his art.

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Since it first opened in 1879 the Herzogliches Museum in Gotha has had an eventful history.

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Since opening in October 2004 the Frieder Burda Museum in Baden-Baden , which was designed by leading architect Richard Meier, has welcomed more than 1.6 million art enthusiasts.

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The Baumwollspinnerei, a former cotton mill, is home to 100 artist's studios, eleven galleries, workshops, architects, designers, jewellery and clothes makers, an international dance and choreography centre and much more.

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The Gallery of Old & New Masters in Schwerin is home to Germany's most comprehensive collection of 17th and 18th century Dutch paintings.

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