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Series: Prestel Museum Guide

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Alte Nationalgalerie : Berlin by Bernhard Maaz
Alte Pinakothek : Munich by Martin Schawe
The Berggruen Collection : Berlin by Hans Jurgen Papies
Berlinische Galerie : Berlin by Ursula Prinz
Bröhan Museum : Berlin by Ingeborg Becker
The Brücke Museum : Berlin by Magdalena M. Moeller
Centre Georges Pompidou Paris by Jean Poderos
Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection Berlin by Dietrich Wildung
Ernst Barlach Haus : Hamburg by Eva Caspers
Ethnologisches Museum : Berlin by Viola König
Folkwang Museum : learning by seeing by Karin Bellmann
Gemäldegalerie : Berlin by Rainald Grosshans
German Historical Museum : Berlin by Leonore Koschnick
Hamburger Bahnhof : Museum for the Present : Berlin by Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Hamburger Kunsthalle by Helmut R. Leppien
Hamburger Kunsthalle : Museum of Contemporary Art by Uwe M. Schneede
Jewish Museum : Frankfurt am Main by Georg Heuberger
Jewish Museum : Vienna : from A to Z by Michaela Feurstein-Prasser
K20K21 : Kunstsammlungen Nordrhein-Westfalen by Anette Kruszynski
Kunsthalle Würth : Schwäbisch Hall by Beate Elsen-Schwedler
Kunsthistorisches Museum : Vienna by Elisabeth Herrmann-Fichtenau
Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz : Museum Gunzenhauser by Thomas Friedrich
Lenbachhaus : Munich by Helmut Friedel
Leopold Museum Vienna : Austrian art of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries by Rudolf Leopold
Liechtenstein Museum : the princely collections by Johann Kräftner
MAK : Austrian Museum of Applied Arts Vienna by Peter Noever
MAK Center: L.A. : Rudolph M. Schindler by Peter Noever
MAK/Guide : Asia by Christoph Thun-Hohenstein
MAK/Guide : Carpets by Christoph Thun-Hohenstein
MAK/Guide : Vienna 1900: Design : Arts and crafts 1890-1938 by Christoph Thun-Hohenstein
Max Ernst Museum Brühl by Susanne Blöcker
Mozarthaus Vienna by Alfred Stalzer
The Munich Residence and the Treasury by Bayerische Verwaltung der staatlichen Schlösser Gärten und Seen
The Museum of Byzantine Art in the Bode Museum by Gabriele Mietke
Museum of East Asian Art : Berlin by Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst
Museum of Indian Art : Berlin by Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Museum of Modern Art : Ludwig Foundation Vienna by Wolfgang Drechsler
Neue Nationalgalerie : Berlin by Roland März
Neue Pinakothek : Munich by Veronika Schroeder
Neues Museum : Nuremberg by Lucius Grisebach
Neues Museum Berlin : Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection : Museum of Prehistory and Early History by Friederike Seyfried
Pergamon Museum : Collection of Classical Antiquities : Museum of the Ancient Near East : Museum of Islamic Art by Martin Maischberger
Pinakothek der Moderne : Munich : guide to the collections by Melanie Klier
The Scharf-Gerstenberg Collection Berlin by Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Schindler by MAK by Peter Noever
The Schloss Moyland Museum : Van der Grinten Collection by Ulrike Bestgen
Schloss Wilhelmshöhe : Kassel by Jürgen M Lehmann
Sculpture collection in the Bode Museum by Janet Kempf
Stiftung Schleswig Holsteinische Landesmuseum Schloss Gottorf by Herwig Guratzsch
Städel : Frankfurt am Main by Bodo Brinkmann
TMW : Technisches Museum Wien by Gabriele Zuna-Kratky
Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum : Duisburg by Christoph Brockhaus
ZKM : Center for Art and Media : Karlsruhe by Sibylle Peine
Österreichische Galerie : Belvedere : Vienna by Österreichischen Galerie Belvedere Wien
Österreichische Nationalbibliothek by Irina Kubadinow

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