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Exploring Kaethe Kollwitz Museum
Housed in an elegant 19th-century villa, the little-known yet exceptional Käthe-Kollwitz-Museum zooms in on German expressionist artist Käthe Kollwitz (1867-1945). War, hunger and death are dark recurring themes in her emotive lithographs, paintings and woodcuts, like Bread! (1924) and War (1922-23).
Accommodations near Kaethe Kollwitz Museum
There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Berlin is the mittendrin - Boutique Hotel Berlin, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Vilhelm7 Berlin Residences in Berlin as it has been reserved 5 times.
Sightseeing near Kaethe Kollwitz Museum
Strauss once conducted at 18th-century opera house Staatsoper Unter den Linden, whose soaring Corinthian columns and opulently gilded interior are magically lit up by night. Book tickets at the same time as your Berlin hotel to see world-class opera, ballet and chamber concerts.
Lying in the heart of Berlin, this luxury department store has an array of exciting brands that are exclusively available. Beauty and fragrance are a big hit along with high quality men’s and women’s fashion. Gourmet food can be found on the sixth and seventh floors in the form of exotic bars, hipster cafes and luxurious champagne bars. All your glitzy shopping needs are rolled into one in this exclusive department store resulting in the ultimate German shopping experience to remember.
Transportation near Kaethe Kollwitz Museum
Berlin has excellent public transport options which will get you around in comfort via the subway, U- and S-Bahn commuter rail network, buses and trams. Taxis are easily booked or hired on the street, and most drivers speak English.
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