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Museum of Applied Art (Kunstgewerbemuseum), Berlin
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  • The sis the Kulturforum Museum has a magnificent collection of silver. You can see the treasure of the "Dionysiusstift" with the precious reliquary scholarship, the treasure of Guelphs and many other masterpieces. The visit to the Museum is completed by that of the castle of Köpenick (we have also performed and which is very interesting).
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  • A very nice selection of pottery and glassware from medieval times through Art Nouveau. I also loved the fashion section. The dresses, shoes and menswear were attractively displayed and it was interes...  more »
  • Finally we were able to visit him because the last time we were in Berlin a couple of years ago was closed for restoration. The Museum is near the Gemaldegalerie and Potsdamer platz, but is very little frequented, heaven knows why! Is very large and spread over various floors and includes just about everything: clothing, jewelry, furniture, porcelains, enamels, design etc from the middle ages to the present day. Beautiful fashion section where you can find authentic dresses Worth, madame Vionnet, Paquin etc that are much rarer to see than to various chanel. Beautiful vases Daum, Gallé and Lalique, China to throw and modern design by Hoffman, Aalto, Eams, and Olivetti Valentina! I plan to go back because I couldn't see anything because I was destroyed. The only thing that puzzles me is the path not exactly linear. Anyway being out by mass tourism (there were around twenty visitors!) is enjoyable.
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