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Antikensammlungen, Munich

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  • A good addition to the Glyptothek, especially small sculptures and vases. Good, not too long explanations of the individual epochs. Unfortunately, the overall 1st floor was closed because there was built a new exhibition.
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  • Greece architecture crop lane gate right next to the Museum. Ludwig I of Greece-Roman pottery and glass paintings. These patterns affecting the later Renaissance paintings, dominated by red at that Greece is well understood.
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  • The Museum is the little sister of the Glyptothek and exhibits instead of large statues more small parts, such as jewelry, equipment, etc... It's always interesting. Caution: There is a combination ticket for both museums for a total of € 6,.
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  • Once you see the building you are hooked. The history and everything about the building is amazing. If you have time to go in do it. We were on business so getting time to go in was not happening. I did ride to the door and saw for a second what looked amazing.
  • A fine collection of old Mediterranean metalwork and pottery. Some information in exhibition is displayed in English as well. Takes less than hour to go around, however the same ticket may be used for the Glyptothek, which displays an exhibition of Mediterranean, mainly ancient Greek, sculptures.
  • Not very interesting for me, quite boring the way it is organized
  • Objects from Italy, preserved and displayed very well. Missing explanation in Italian ... at least here there would be ...
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  • The fascinating collection of Etruscan works is currently here to see - in addition to many other things. After the destruction of the "3.Reich" was much restoration needs. Much could be shown still inadequate: now, the rich holdings are by King Ludwig I, collectors lucky and through his representatives came to Munich, Wagner effectively in scene and prepares them with good, descriptive texts. Who makes vacation in Tuscany or Rome, should have seen this exhibition and have all the joy of inspiring art and culture of antiquity!
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