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Herman Blode Museum

A small collection of paintings and personal possessions inside a hotel that between 1855 and the outbreak of the First World War was a magnet for several German Expressionists including the painters Ernst Bischoff-Culm (1870-1917) and Hans Beppo Borschke (1888-1914). Herman Blode (1862-1934) was the man who brought everyone together. Find him lying nearby in the cemetery next to the Evangelical-Lutheran Church.

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Open

Opening times depend on the hotel, which tends to be closed out of season.

Price/Additional Info

Admission free.

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