The Hamburger Kunsthalle is a fantastic art museum close to the railway station of Hamburg, Germany. It consists of three buildings dating back to 1868, 1921 and 1996 and also the art shown here covers a long time period from the Middle Ages to modern and contemporary art. The collection is presented on 13,000 square meters throughout the interconnected buildings and you can walk there for hours enjoying fine art.

A focus of the museum is the art of the 19th century and the most iconic picture is most probably Der Wanderer über dem Nebelmeer by Caspar David Friedrich. But the collection contains many wonderful works of for example Franz Marc, Max Liebermann, Edvard Munch, Paul Klee, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner and Édouard Manet. It was realized by donations of artworks and money to the museum. The museum itself is operated by a foundation that receives funding from the city.

Hamburger Kunsthalle
Glockengießerwall 5
20095 Hamburg


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