LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur

LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur, Münster

When you’re at the centre of Münster in Westfalen, Germany and have some time left: why not visit a nice art museum? The LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur is located at the Domplatz opposite to the cathedral. It was opened in the year 1908 and contains of connected old and new buildings. The range of exhibited works goes from medieval times until today. You’ll find a lot of sacral items and works from local artists here.

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Liebfrauen-Überwasserkirche, Münster in Westfalen

It has a very complicated name and drew my attention mostly because of the special shape of its tower: the Liebfrauen-Überwasserkirche at Münster in Westfalen, Germany. It seems to be less important than the other churches in the city center and its name refers to Maria, the mother of Jesus on the one hand and on the other hand to the geographical situation that you have to cross the water of the river Aa (‘Überwasser‘, over the water) when coming from the cathedral of the city.

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St.-Paulus-Dom, Münster in Westfalen

The cathedral of Münster in Westfalen, Germany – the St.-Paulus-Dom – is a vast and very impressive church located in the centre of the city. In front of it you’ll find the also very big Domplatz that hosts a giant farmers’ market on every Saturday. It is a roman-catholic church dedicated to Paul the Apostle and dates back to the year 1225 CE – former buildings can be traced back to the year 805.

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