Alte Pinakothek

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27 Barer Straße, Munich, Germany
089/2380 ext. 5216
Alte Pinakothek - Staircase
Alte Pinakothek - Rembrandt picture
Alte Pinakothek - Rembrandt selfportrait
Alte Pinakothek - Crucifixion

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Alte Pinakothek excels in Flemish and Dutch masters from the 17th century Mar 31, 2014
N48°8.901' E11°34.181' This massive and symmetrical building is one of the most visible in Munich, with a wraparound garden where urbanites like to walk during lunch hour. Inside is a staggering assortment of important paintings from every era after you climbed its most impressive chair case ever.

To our surprise during our visit in May 2013, Alte Pinakothek excels in Flemish and Dutch masters from the 17th century. In one of the small cabinets on the second floor we found a small well-known self-portrait of Rembrandt himself. His bigger works are on display in the main halls. There you can see the crucifixion of Jesus painted by Rembrandt. If you look carefully, Rembrandt painted himself as one on the sinners.
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Crucifixion
Rembrandt picture
Rembrandt selfportrait
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