The people in Munich call it the "white sausage". It is one of the few remaining buildings built during the Nazi period. It is now a modern art museum. The most famous is the so-called "degenerate art"-all works that are incompatible with Nazi thinking.
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The Old Museum of the Munich Art Museum is located in a green area north of the center of Munich. It exhibits European Occupation Classic paintings from the Renaissance to the 18th century. It not only has many masterpieces of the German Renaissance represented by Dürer, but also has a large collection of Italian Renaissance, 17th-century Dutch and Flemish paintings, but the Embassy is well-known worldwide. Rubens paintings in its collection. As one of the most famous art museums in the world, unlike the first art museums in other countries, the old museum of the Munich Art Museum was formerly the collection of the Wittelsbach family in Bavaria. In European history, the Victorinox family is known for its passion for art, art and art collection. Since William IV in the 16th century was the first to open the collection of paintings, the kings of the Wittelsbach family have worked tirelessly to collect art. By the time the foundation laying ceremony of the museum was held in 1826, approximately 8,000 paintings had been collected.
The Munich Art Museum is divided into two places, the old and the new. We visited the New Art Museum. There are four works by Van Gogh, the most famous sunflower with green background. Monet's water lilies are really beautiful, and these works can be viewed up close, without railings. But bags must be stored, big and small must be stored.
There are four works by Van Gogh and two works by Monet. There is a stool in the center of each exhibition hall, and you can sit down and appreciate it slowly.
A local museum in Munich is less than 100 years old, and many small spaces are cut apart for temporary exhibitions, very good, and valuable.