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Abteiberg Museum, Monchengladbach
(4/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
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  • Interesting building with changing exhibitions. I must say that I go though like in museums, but really have no idea of great masters. In every Museum, I find works which I like and which, which I find awful. But here the environment and the atmosphere is nice stop.
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  • The Museum Abteiberg is an architectural gem in the otherwise urban largely drab city Mönchengladbach. The exhibition can be seen perfectly. Bottom LINE: Worth a visit.
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  • MG is provincial, but the Museum is anything but provincial. I'm still amazed how it was possible to get something great here. The building itself is already terrific, the displayed art in the best sense is contemporary. Every art lovers will be thrilled.
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  • Excellent both architecturally and in terms of the exhibits themselves. Worth a walk through the outside sculpture garden as well. Very educated and interested staff, with whom I encourage you to have some dialogue. Must visit.
  • The museum itself is very nicely designed and has an adjoining sculpture garden. About the Austellungstücke myself I will give no rating, since it's art and an assessment it is it is in the eye of the beholder. Who appreciates modern art and Beuys is no stranger here, certainly comes at his own expense. All others should look just on the first Sunday in the month. Then, the entry, in addition to guided tours, is free.
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  • Architecturally very appealing especially the attached garden. Interesting exhibitions. If one is nearby you should consider it definitely at least from the outside!
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  • Very careful supervision. Not very well suited for children. So know about just for people who like abstract art and himself.
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  • Was always good
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