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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.

Important artistic treasures from over 1,000 years of history of the Mainz archdiocese are shown here in a historical setting.

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The Deutschherrenhaus, the first settlement of the Teutonic Order Knights in Rhineland, is the living embodiment of Koblenz's rich history.

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In the Museum of Modern Art in Freiburg , masterpieces from the classic modern period up to the present day bear witness to the major artistic movements of the past 100 years.

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The Protestant Augustinian monastery in Erfurt is a unique monument to medieval monastic architecture.

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The Old Synagogue in Erfurt (1100), which was only rediscovered as such in the 1990s, is the oldest fully intact synagogue in central Europe.

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The museum has exhibitions on the history of the Jewish community in Augsburg and the rural Bavarian Swabia region and also contains religious and cultural artefacts.

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The fascinating history of this renowned art museum is a story of civic engagement. Back in 1848, when the Leipzig art association opened the municipal museum at the Moritzbastei, the hundred or so works on display were donations from the citizens of Leipzig. And the present-day collection of 3,500 paintings, 1,000 sculptures and 60,000 drawings and prints is largely comprised of gifts from private initiatives and generous patrons.

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