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Deutsche Guggenheim

Berlin, Germany
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Despite being one of the smallest branches of the Guggenheim, this facility is a must-see for any art-lover. It hosts a handful of significant exhibitions each year, some commissioned by contemporary artists and others showcasing the work of figures like Warhol and Picasso. The ultra-sleek gallery was designed by Richard Gluckman and derives its name from the building that houses it: the 1920 sandstone Deutsche Bank. The museum always has free entry on Monday, a day when most other museums in the city are closed. The closest U-Bahn stations are Stadtmitte and Französische Strasse on the U6; with the S-Bahn, go to either Brandenburger Tor and Friedrichstrasse.

Despite being one of the smallest branches of the Guggenheim, this facility is a must-see for any art-lover. It hosts a handful of significant exhibitions each year, some commissioned by contemporary artists and others showcasing the work of figures like Warhol and Picasso. The ultra-sleek gallery was designed by Richard Gluckman and derives its name from the building that houses it: the 1920 sandstone Deutsche Bank. The museum always has free entry on Monday, a day when most other museums in the city are closed. The closest U-Bahn stations are Stadtmitte and Französische Strasse on the U6; with the S-Bahn, go to either Brandenburger Tor and Friedrichstrasse.

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