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Georg Kolbe's former studio has been transformed into a showcase for his work. The Berlin sculptor, regarded as Germany's best in the 1920s, mainly focused on naturalistic human figures. The museum features examples of his earlier, graceful pieces, as well as his later sombre and larger-than-life works that were created in accordance with the ideals of the Nazi regime. One of his most famous pieces, Figure for Fountain, is in the sculpture garden.


Venue name: Georg-Kolbe-Museum
Address: Sensburger Allee 25

Opening hours: Open 10am-6pm Tue-Sun
Transport: S5, S75 Heerstrasse/bus X34, X49, M49
Price: Admission €5; €3 reductions
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