Panorama Museum Bad Frankenhausen Reviews
A masterpiece in picturesque surroundings Apr 03, 2009
This museum, located in the Thuringian town of Bad Frankenhausen, is absolutely special, no doubt!
Even the grumpiest sourpuss concerning art and history has to admit that this kind of presentation brings ancient impressions back to life pretty impressively!
The museum shows you the world’s largest painting: ‘Early Bourgeois Revolution in Germany’ wonderfully arranged by the artist Werner Tübke.
This work of art is 14 metres high and 123 long and lasted four years to be finished off.
An amazing first impression is followed by the discovery of countless little, colourful and affectionately painted details, which reflect the life and atmosphere of the German Peasants’ War in 1524/1525.
While standing in the middle of this cylindrical building and catching as many interesting information as possible you won’t be able to escape from the wave of times long ago.
This imposing painting is a fabulous connection between the past and the present and so much better than many history lessons at school.
The Panorama Museum is worth a visit, which is easily combined with all the other exciting local destinations like the Kyffhäuser Mountain and the Barbarossa Caves.
Just stop by and enjoy a pleasant piece of culture!
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