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Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg
(4.1/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
If you appreciate both art and architecture, Hamburger Kunsthalle may leave you wondering whether to spend more time looking at the paintings or the building itself. The gallery focuses on Dutch and Flemish artists of the 16th and 17th centuries, French and German paintings from the 19th century, and art up to present day. Check out the website to find out about current exhibits. The layout of the galleries can be a little confusing; the gallery plan indicates room numbers that you won't find in the building itself. Use our Hamburg vacation route planner to visit Hamburger Kunsthalle on your trip to Hamburg, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • A trip to Hamburg, with die kunst halle as a destination and the visit lived up to all expectations of artists such as salvador dali, yves tanguy, rene magritte, picasso, kandinsky, Dali's mae west all splendid artists lips sofa and his lobsterphone, worth a visit for art lovers
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  • to visit both pavilions is to old and new are connected by an underground passageway. excellent quality ' of the paintings on display
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  • The Kunsthalle is well accessible by public transport and is located not far from the Jungfernstieg. A transit lasts about 4 hours. The Museum is rearranging of early altarpieces to modern. The concept is coherent, but the premises of the exhibition are dull or act inappropriately. The current exhibition on surrealism is recommended. We had the audio guide, which is slightly hackelig in the operation, could be but good information in English and German. The Museum is for people interested in art, but not for children or other passengers by those interested in art.
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