Poznan

National Museum

  Al. Marcinkowskiego 9 ,   Old Town          (+48) 61 856 80 00     17 Feb 2020

A large and excellent museum with a rich collection of modern Polish art (including interesting Impressionist works) in the new wing, and medieval art, impressive Italian, Dutch, and Flemish paintings in the connected old building. The museum also holds the largest collection of Spanish art (including Zurbaran and Ribera) in Poland and plenty of Polish art from the 16th century onwards. In addition, a Monet painting stolen in 2000 was recently recovered and is back on display. Selected paintings have extensive English explanations about the artist and topic.

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Admission 12/1-8zł, Sat free.

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