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Augustiner Museum, Freiburg im Breisgau
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If you're interested in the stone prophets from Freiburg Cathedral and works by Hans Baldung Grien, head to Augustiner Museum. This museum showcases a collection of visual art and sculptures, including graphic art, coins, timepieces, and artifacts from the Black Forest region. Even the building itself is interesting; from the top floor, you can view the impressive wooden roof structure. See Augustiner Museum and all Freiburg im Breisgau has to offer by arranging your trip with our Freiburg im Breisgau tour planner.
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Es ist ein altes Gebäude mit einer fast 900 jährigen Geschichte, es ist - und wird noch von einem genialen Architekten - zeitgemäß umgebaut. So ist nicht nur die die "Hülle", sondern auch das Innenleb... read more »It is an old building with a nearly 900-year-old history, it is - and is being reconstructed by a brilliant architect - contemporary. So, not only those who "Covers", but also the Interior is a remarkable point of attraction for Freiburg and oberrheinisches Museum of a special kind. Also worth seeing is the current exhibition to the woodcuts by Hans education Grienshow original
A bit of a hodgepodge, showing objects and art from the middle ages right up to the 20th century. Watch out for the exhibition "Freiburg during the Third Reich" opening in October.
Am 17-9-16 wurde das neue Haus der graphischen Sammlung eröffnet mit einer großartigen Ausstellung der Holzschnitte von Hans Baldung Grien aus dem 16. Jahrhundert. Sein Gefühl für Raumwirkung, Gespür ... read more »On 17-9-16, the new building was opened the collection with a great exhibition of woodcuts by Hans Baldung Grien in the 16th century. His sense of spatial effect, sense of psychology and its expressive power of line reflected here - he was pulse generator for the Expressionists at the beginning of the 20th century. Text under the images explain relationships, listening stations with Braille and 3-dimensional implementation of the woodcuts help visually impaired. Barrier-free access is the salt str. 32, the cashier in the main building am Augustinerplatz. There are no parking, but the tram no. 1 stop "Upper Linden" (from land water or Littenweiler) stops in front of the building. The entry of €7, erm. €5 also applies to other municipal museums. Open Tues Sun 10 - 17. Free with museum pass.show original
Herbert BreuerWho is interested in religious art, comes at its expense. Well, we find the changing special exhibitions of more or less well-known painter.show original
David DuttIs "that" Museum in Freiburg, there are to visit many original parts of the Cathedral, very admirable and the building itself is new renovated with modern accents melted down in the very old architecture. Well doneshow original
Max PotassNice Museum even if it's something small. But even a look because standing on culture. Incidentally, it has top views of Freiburgshow original
Monika SchachererYou want once the Gargoyle from the Freiburg Minster and the large sculptures high above of experience up close? The originals are at the Augustiner Museum, in their place, they were too vulnerable to the weather and exhaust gas: there at the Münster, they are replaced by copies. But much more is located in the Augustiner Museum, which used to be a monastery: magnificent glass Windows from the middle ages, can be experienced up close, as well as precious liturgical vessels, altars, jewelry, and then at the top under the umbrella views of Freiburg's old town. There, the romantic beautiful Black Forest pictures from the 19th century are exhibited, and there is also a Welte wing that automatically plays music pieces played by famous artists: Please ask for the dates! In the basement, temporary exhibitions are worth a visit! Currently (since end of November 2014), the "Cosmos of the Dutch" is to 12.4.2015 to see the collection of Christoph Müller, which reflects the range of painting in the "golden age" of the Netherlands. Only the caption of the large entrance wall is somewhat difficult to understand: you probably wanted to do not disturb the impression of hanging like in previous centuries. The range of exhibits is overwhelming! Treat to a trip to the diversity of the 16th and 17th century of the Netherlands! You will also experience art + culture in the upper Rhine region up close and fascinating presented in a grandiosely designed ambience!show original
Yannik PipekPretty good exhibitions.show original
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