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City: Berlin

The small and unique Käthe Kollwitz Museum is dedicated to the life and work of Berlin's one of the most famous artists, Käthe Kollwitz who lived in Prenszlauer Berg for over 50 years. The Museum is located in the former first private home which was destroyed during the World War II and later underwent a fundamental restoration during the 1980s. The museum now holds over 200 works, including prints, drawings, posters, woodcuts and sculptures. Highlights include her lithography 'Brot' from 1924, an anti-hunger statement, the 1924 poster 'Nie Wieder Krieg', the self-portraits, and a woodcut dedicated to Karl Liebknecht.


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