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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 Kunstsammlung NRW installations are on display at the Ständehaus, the federal state's former parliament building in Düsseldorf .

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The Kunstsammlung NRW gallery in Düsseldorf has long been highly respected within the international museum scene because of its outstanding exhibits.

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

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In the heart of Hamburg , right next to the town hall, the Bucerius Kunst Forum hosts four art exhibitions a year dealing with themes from the classical to the contemporary.

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In 2013 the Main-Franconian Museum in Würzburg – one of Bavaria's most important museums – celebrates its 100th anniversary.

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Wiesbaden Museum enjoys international renown for its outstanding collection of Expressionist paintings.

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Right next to Trier Cathedral, works of art from antiquity to the present are housed in a beautifully converted classical building.

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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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