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Frieder Burda Museum
Old Synagogue, Erfurt
Schirn art gallery, Frankfurt
Cathedral and Diocesan Museum
Karlsruhe State Art Gallery
Kunsthalle Bremen
View of the excavations at the Isis temple
Wallraf Richartz Museum
Alte Pinakothek
Buchheim Museum
Hombroich Museum
Gallery of Old & New Masters, Schwerin State Museum
Liebighaus
Felix Nussbaum Haus
MARTa Herford

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.

This architectural masterpiece is one of Europe's foremost late-baroque buildings. The Crown Gate (Kronentor) with its golden dome has become a famous Dresden landmark. read more »

The Green Vault, the former treasure chamber of the Wettin dynasty of Saxony, covers around 2,000m² of exhibition space. read more »

Over the decades, the Wilhelm Busch Museum – the German Museum for Caricature and Critical Drawing – has established a reputation for its humorous, ironic and satirical works. read more »

Opened in 1979, the Sprengel Museum is one of Germany's major centres of 20th century art. read more »

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. read more »

In conjunction with the collection of the Pinakothek der Moderne, the Brandhorst Museum has added a fresh new dimension to the Munich Art Quarter with its impressive architecture and artworks. read more »

Munich Art Quarter is a must for any art lover. It comprises the three Pinakotheken galleries (Alte Pinakothek, Neue Pinakothek, Pinakothek der Moderne), together with the Brandhorst Museum, the Antiquities Collections, the Glyptothek museum of Greek and Roman sculptures and the Municipal Gallery in the Lenbachhaus. read more »

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. read more »

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