Muzeum Narodowe w Gdańsku, Gdansk

Categories: Art Museums, History Museums, Museums
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4.2/5 based on 50 reviews on the web
The National Museum in Gdańsk, established in 1972, is one of the main branches of Poland's National Museum system.Its main location is in the old Franciscan monastery, which has been used to house exhibits since the end of the 19th century.Currently the museum has seven departments: Department of Ancient Art - contains Hans Memling's Last JudgementDepartment of Modern Art - in the Opatów Palace in OliwaEthnography Department - in the "Green Gate" DepartmentGdańsk Photography GalleryMuseum of the National Anthem in BędominMuseum of Szlachta Traditions in Waplewo Wielkie
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  • A few blocks and an underpass from the tourist strip. The Hans Memling triptych (Last Judgement) that was stolen by a Polish pirate in the 15thC is stunning and an under appreciated Gdansk highlight. 
  • On our last day we chose to visit this museum as it was included in the City Pass. So much fine art, interesting displays of Albrecht Durer prints. 
  • A nice quiet Museum not far from the old town. Interesting exposition of ceramics and silver utensils. And of course a good exposition of medieval painting. About Memlinge all know?
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  • Great museum with ceramic, silver and painting collections. Top of the lot for me was "The Last Judgement" painting by Hans Memling which is on display here., however, many of the other items are still a fantastic sight.
  • If you need one reason to visit - it's the famous Last Judgement by Hans Memling.
  • Lovely place gentle people speak polish and Deutsch
  • Very interesting facility. Quite often one can encounter interesting temporary exhibitions.
  • Nice building and very nice paintings.
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