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Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum Reopened after Renovation

After seven years of extensive redevelopment, the Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum in Braunschweig has reopened in October 2016. Visitors can experience 4,000 works of art from 3,000 years on 4,000 square meters of exhibition space, including works by Cranach, Dürer, Giorgione, Rembrandt, Rubens and Vermeer.

Prof. Dr. Jochen Luckhardt, director of the Anton Ulrich-Museum, draws our attention to a recent German television broadcast in which the renovated galleries that focus on Dutch and Flemish art are shown.

Click the preview below to go to the video on the website of 3sat.

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