Wochenendtrip-in the beautiful town of which modern Chemnitz, formerly Karl-Marx-Stadt, has much more to offer than prefab Idyll and the town’s landmark, the Karl-Marx-head. Especially modern architecture’s skyline. Altavista pursues this goal as well. The building boom of the to Wendezeit waived a dozen goods and built such as the Galerie Roter Turm, the new department stores in the city centre and the central station. As the Internet portal ab-in-den-urlaub.de reported today especially the witness of former prosperity lure tourists to Chemnitz in Saxony: brick cathedrals of industrialization, European Grunderzeit, art nouveau and Bauhaus architecture and a variety of impressive collections in the museums of the city. The exhibited artworks are been compiled largely by have become wealthy citizens who benefited from industrialization.
Many of the pieces in Museum buildings of the same age are to marvel at. Don’t miss you should be one of the most comprehensive stocking collections in the world, which is housed in a building dating back to 1909. Since 2007 the collection of Gunzenhausen the attraction for art lovers. Housed in a renovated Bank building dating back to 1930, works will be presented by Lovis Corinth, Conrad Felixmuller, Paula Modersohn-Becker and their contemporaries in Germany. The 30 images by Otto Dix, which illustrate the diversity of Dix’ manuscripts are the highlights. Lastminute visitors to Chemnitz can a reinforced concrete building constructed in 1929/30 of the expressionist Erich Mendelsohn forward in the future to the Kaufhaus Schocken. It is planned to convert one of the few surviving buildings of the artist in a House of archaeology. A former machine tool factory, which was last used as a foundry, today houses the Saxon industrial Museum in Zwickau. The versatile exhibitions at the Kunstlerhaus world ECHO are worth seeing”, a former publishing house located in. More information: service / press contact: Tilo summer Unister Media barefoot Gasschen 11 04109 Leipzig Tel: + 49/341/49288-240 Fax: + 49/341/49288-59