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Museum der Bildenden Kunste, Leipzig

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For a chance to spend time studying important works by Dutch and German old masters like Frans Hals and Lucas Cranach the Elder, head for Museum der Bildenden Kunste. Its collection of fine arts from the late Middle Ages to present time, includes an enormous number of pieces ranging from paintings to sculptures to graphic sheets. Keep your eyes open for a Beethoven sculpture by Max Klinger. Temporary exhibits on the lower floor change often. Take a look at our Leipzig vacation planner to schedule your visit to Museum der Bildenden Kunste and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • This is one of the worst designed art galleries/ museums I have ever visited. You have to keep tracking back on yourself to try to find rooms you haven't seen yet; no obvious lay-out or route. There.....  more
    This is one of the worst designed art galleries/ museums I have ever visited. You have to keep tracking back on yourself to try to find rooms you haven't seen yet; no obvious lay-out or route. There.....  more »
  • A huge building, but with only 3 floors. You start at the top floor, with allthe modern art, and end up in the 15th century and earlier. Rooms are very big, as it's an old warehouse, but packed with.....  more
    A huge building, but with only 3 floors. You start at the top floor, with allthe modern art, and end up in the 15th century and earlier. Rooms are very big, as it's an old warehouse, but packed with.....  more »
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  • Wonderful collection. Pieces from many different time periods and artists. I was quite impressed! We were also there during the Toni Seghal exhibit which was interesting
  • I had to rush through but was captivated the entire time. The history behind this collection and how it was recovered after the war is worth the visit in itself. Amazing that it is nearly free to enter.

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