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Berlin Museum Island - museum complex

Situated in the heart of the city, the famous Berlin Museum Island is one of the most important museum complexes in the world. The complex comprises five museums of international prominence, archaeological collections and 19th century art. This collection of museums was designated a site of UNESCO World Heritage in 1999.
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German Emigration Centre - Ethnology

Opened in Bremerhaven in 2005, the German Emigration Centre is the biggest interactive museum of its kind in Europe. It is situated at the point from which more than seven million people set off for the New World by boat between 1830 and 1974.
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Munich Art Quarter - Museum Complex

The Munich Art Quarter is situated in the Maxvorstadt quarter, which is home to almost all of the city's important art museums and galleries. Visitors can admire masterpieces from every artistic period and take a journey through the history of art.
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Green Vault - arts and crafts

Treasure chamber in the Green Vault
The famous Green Vault in Dresden – founded in around 1560 by Elector Augustus – is Europe's richest, most magnificent treasure chamber museum. Since it reopened in 2006, visitors to the Royal Palace can once again admire the collected treasures of the Electors and Kings of Saxony in an even more splendid setting.
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Städel Institute of Art and Municipal Art Gallery - Art

View of the Städel Institute of Art on the River Main
The Städel Institute of Art is one of Germany's most important and well known art museums. This highlight at the heart of Frankfurt's museum mile is simply a must for any visitor to Frankfurt.
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Museum of Fine Arts - Modern Art

Museum of Fine Arts, Leipzig, fa�ade. Photo: LTS-Schmidt
Now in a new home on Sachsenplatz square, the Museum of Fine Arts in Leipzig is one of the oldest and foremost civil collections in Germany. It is also a vibrant centre for contemporary art.
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Jewish Museum, Berlin - religion

Opened in Berlin in 2001, Europe's largest Jewish Museum is one of the most striking examples of contemporary architecture. The sparkling, triumphant, steel-clad structure is a symbolic memorial in its own right. The museum presents the history of Jews in Germany from the Middle Ages to the present.
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Bauhaus in Dessau - architecture

Founded as a school for architecture, design, painting, and arts and crafts in Weimar in 1919, the Bauhaus moved to Dessau in 1925. It has influenced the modern age like no other movement. The Bauhaus building and master houses have been included in the UNESCO World Heritage list.
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Chocolate Museum - food and drink

For chocolate lovers, a visit to the Cologne Chocolate Museum is the perfect treat. Opened in 1993 and located in the picturesque heart of Cologne, the museum is one of a kind. Visitors can learn all about chocolate, from the different types available to the cultivation and history of the cocoa bean.
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Vitra Design Museum - design

The Vitra Design Museum is housed in a building designed by the Californian architect Frank O. Gehry – an ensemble of white towers, slopes and cubes - and was opened in 1989. It is now one of the world's leading museum of architecture and industrial furniture design.
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