23 September-9 January 2012. This major exhibition explores the complex relationship between Germany and Poland.

Through the display of mediaeval manuscripts and contemporary artwork it depicts hundreds of years of shared history.

Among the highlights are the portrait of Margrave Albrecht von Brandenburg-Ansbach by Lucas Cranach the Elder from 1528, the Prussian Tribute by Jan Matejko from 1882, masterpieces by Veit Stoss, 17th-century paintings from Danzig, treasure from Środa Śląska/Neumarkt and precious manuscripts.

The works in the exhibition are on loan from over 200 private and public collections including the National Museum in Warsaw, Muzeum Sztuki in Ł

General Info

Address Free admission for visitors under 16 years. Wed-Mon 10.00-20.00 Martin-Gropius-Bau, Niederkirchnerstrasse 7, tel. +4930254860.

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Side by Side: Poland - Germany

Free admission for visitors under 16 years. Wed-Mon 10.00-20.00 Martin-Gropius-Bau, Niederkirchnerstrasse 7, tel. +4930254860.

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