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Kulturspeicher Wurzburg, Wurzburg
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  • Excellent collection. You don't see these works in any Museum. The building is also architecturally interesting and in an artistic context with the façade of the adjacent power plant.
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  • Really great for Würzburg. In addition to the changing exhibitions, the permanent exhibition is quite equipped with famous artists. Very commendable that local artists are taken into account. A small shop is as well. Great, I think the settlement of the Museunspädagokik there. The building itself is special, as well as the location on the banks of the main. Parking just next door to the fee-based cinema parking lot ggü. Hotel ibis.
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  • The old building of the Kulturspeicher was established in 1904 and was previously used as a granary. Between 1996 and 2001 was restored Granary building 128 metres long. Now it is a Museum in 12 large rooms.
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  • Ist einen Besuch wert
  • Great atmosphere, friendly people
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  • Strange building... When the Fenstergereinigt, the stones must be removed completely before. On the complete external front. Expense of the taxpayers. Architecture and monuments back and forth but maybe you should put the benefits in focus and then produce the design around this?
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