The Buddenbrooks House, which provides the setting for Thomas Mann's famous novel about the decline of the Buddenbrooks family, now contains a museum that has served as a tribute to the Mann family's literary legacy since 1993.
Based in Lübeck's old town, the permanent exhibition of letters, commentaries and first editions gives an insight into the life and work of writers Thomas and Heinrich Mann. Also on display are photos and other contemporary documents, including Thomas Mann's certificate for winning the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1929. Regular special exhibitions focus on the various members of the Mann family as well as other 20th-century writers.
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