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Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern
Categories: Art Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
Zentrum Paul Klee, dedicated to the renowned artist Paul Klee, contains a huge portion of his work. The majority of the collection was donated by Livia Klee-Meyer, Klee's daughter-in-law, with a small percentage donated from private collections. Visit the museum to see nearly 40 percent of Klee's pieces--almost 900 different works. The museum opened in 2005 in an architecturally significant building consisting of three waves on a green lawn. To visit Zentrum Paul Klee on your holiday in Bern, and find out what else Bern has to offer, use our Bern travel itinerary planner.
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We learned a lot, but holy COW is the information poorly organized. Bad labeling on the exhibit areas; so hard to figure out where to go for the next audio program! Even the very courteous guides were... read more »
パウル・クレー作品４千点が貯蔵されていて、テーマ別展示が定期的にされています。中心からバス#12センター行きで簡単に行けます。丘の上に建つ建物自体もモダンで美しい。ショップ、カフェ、コンサートホール、ワークショップもあります。Paul Klee works 4000 and is stocked, thematic exhibitions on a regular basis. From the Centre can easily be reached by bus # 12 Center. The building itself is located on a hill in the beautiful. Shops, cafes, concert halls and workshops.show original
A visit is worth even just for the building and the environment, the construction is a master piece of modern architecture. Furthermore the Paul Klee collection is rich and amazing. Overall is a must ... read more »
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Nice place for every weather. Books and albums on Art when it is too windy to make a tour around the construction
Exposition is nice but building built by Renzo Piano is amazing! Really good architecture!
For Paul Klee lovers this wonderful museum is well worth a visit. I don't know much about this artist, though the exhibition has good volumes of information in english to learn about him. Good facilities and easy to get to by public transport. Bus to the door and tram a short walk away. Food is average and the usual expensive museum fare. Architecturally the building is fascinating.
Good venue, shame about the art
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