Germany as a travel destination provides guests a variety of fine arts museums in different cities. There are different museums where you can visit and appreciate arts. You will see that some of the buildings there have used floorings the same as Epoxy coatings in Brisbane.
The four most important art cities in Germany
Berlin’s cultural offer is enormous. Above all, the Museum Island, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with its architectural ensemble, holds the Old National Gallery and a unique collection on the art and cultural history of Europe and the Mediterranean region. The oldest exhibition building on the island is the Old Museum.
In the New Museum awaits one of the most beautiful sculptures in the world to the visitors: the bust of Nefertiti in the Egyptian Museum. A contrast to this is the Bode Museum with the sculpture collection, the Museum of Byzantine Art and the Coin Cabinet. The youngest exhibition building is the Pergamon Museum. The imposing Pergamon Altar, next to the Ishtar Gate, attracts numerous guests to the Museum of Islamic Art.
The city of Munich is particularly impressive with its collection of paintings in the Pinakotheken. In the Alte Pinakothek, you can experience European art from the 14th to 18th centuries. Numerous pictures by Lucas Cranach, Albrecht Dürer, Leonard da Vinci, Raffael, Rembrandt and Titian take you back to these artistic epochs. The collection of the Neue Pinakothek is dedicated to the art of the 19th century. Works by Romantic painters such as Caspar David Friedrich and Carl Blechen as well as Impressionist paintings by Max Liebermann, Auguste Renoir and Claude Monet are on display. Art from the 20th and 21st centuries can be found in the Pinakothek der Moderne. Works from classical modernism to the present are exhibited.
Dresden can boast a rich treasure trove of Baroque and Old Masters art. An extraordinary collection shows treasures, gilded vessels, preciously decorated natural objects and filigree pieces of jewelry, all presented in an authentic baroque treasure chamber, the historic green vault. In addition to Raphael’s world-famous “Sistine Madonna”, works by European artists from the 15th to 18th centuries are shown in the Old Masters Picture Gallery in the Zwinge. The largest Cranach collection in the world is also at home here. Here you will find our suggested city trip to Dresden.
Architecture is an important topic in Weimar. In addition to Goethe’s house and the Duchess Anna Amalia Library, the Bauhaus is a magnet for visitors.