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Neue Pinakotheken

Neue Pinakotheken

Munich, Germany

This gallery holds a collection of 19th century art. Here you can find paintings and sculptures from the Neoclassical and Romantic periods, as well as from the Impressionist movements. The museum was commissioned by King Ludwig I in 1853 as the first museum for contemporary art. Timings: Daily except Tuesday 10.00 – 17.00, Wednesday 10.00 – 20.00 Admission: €5 adults €3.50 st...

Kunsthaus

Kunsthaus

Zurich, Switzerland

Kunsthaus is Zurich's best art museum.  It opened in 1910 and was designed by architect Karl Moser in the Greek Revival style.  The facade is a little drab, but it belies the excellent collection housed inside.  Many of the European masters are represented here, though the museum features some of their lesser works.  Painters include Edward Munch, Marc Chagall, Vincent Van Gogh...

Château de Vincennes

Château de Vincennes

Paris, France

Today the suburb of Vincennes is one of the most densely populated cities in Europe, but back in the twelfth century, it was nothing more than a forest outside Paris.  Much like its more famous cousin in Versailles, the Palace at Vincennes started off as a hunting manor.  It was built by Louis VII sometime in the mid-twelfth century.  There are only a few scattered archaeological ...

Saint-Ouen Flea Market

Saint-Ouen Flea Market

Paris, France

Located 6.6km outside Paris, the commune of Saint-Ouen is home to the one of the world’s best flea markets.  In the nineteenth century, beggars would scavenge through people’s garbage to find things they could resell at the market.   They were eventually expelled from Paris and relegated to the outskirts, where they continued and expanded their trade.  In 1885, local authorities in Saint-Ouen ...