Berlin Sights


  • Niederkirchnerstr. 7 Map It
  • Kreuzberg

Published 04/25/2016

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This magnificent palazzo-like exhibition hall first opened in 1881, and once housed Berlin's Arts and Crafts Museum. Its architect, Martin Gropius, was the great-uncle of Walter Gropius, the Bauhaus architect who also worked in Berlin. The international, changing exhibits on art and culture have recently included Aztec sculptures, Henri Cartier-Bresson's photographs, an expansive Frida Kahlo retrospective, and works from Anish Kapoor and Meret Oppenheim.

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Niederkirchnerstr. 7, Berlin, Berlin, 10963, Germany

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  • Varies with exhibit
  • Wed.–Mon. 10–7

Published 04/25/2016


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