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Visit Iconic German Attractions from Your Home

News Currently, billions of people worldwide are self-isolating to prevent the spread of the dangerous coronavirus, so traveling is temporarily not available for the majority of people. However, culture enthusiasts do not need to feel down because they cannot visit any museums. Even though it is not possible to book a hotel in Berlin or Hamburg and visit local museums at the moment, people can now enjoy numerous exhibitions from home. Google Arts and Culture has opened virtual access to some of the most iconic attractions of Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, and Dusseldorf.

In Berlin, Google collaborated with the Museum Island to offer virtual tours to five museums that are located on this island in the German capital. These are the Altes Museum, the Pergamonmuseum, the Neues Museum, the Bode-Museum, and the Alte Nationalgalerie. These museums exhibit collections of precious items that illustrate more than 6,000 years of history. The virtual tour to these museums has an informative guide and ultra-high-definition artworks.

In Hamburg, virtual tourists can visit one of the most famous and beautiful concert halls in the world. This is a truly striking building that is 110 meters high. It features a plaza, an escalator, a terrace on the roof, and several apartments. The virtual excursion contains data about the history and building process of the building. Instead of booking a hotel in Frankfurt and sightseeing in this wonderful city, people now can visit the St├Ądel Museum virtually. Founded in 1815, this is the oldest museum in Germany. The museum has one of the largest collections of European art including Baroque art, Renaissance art, and Modern art. The virtual excursion in this museum includes a detailed analysis of “The Geographer” painting by Johannes Vermeer.

Continue your virtual tour to German museums in Dusseldorf where everyone is welcome to see the exhibition of the Dusseldorf Treasury, the Kunstpalast. Besides one of the largest collections of glass in the world, the museum features works of such famous artists as van Rijn and Rubens. The Google Art version of the museum includes a street view and paintings in high resolution.

Finally, the Deutsches Museum in Munich is a fantastic place for everyone keen on science and technology. Its exhibition covers more than a century of innovation and scientific research. The virtual tour in this museum has more than 120 online exhibitions covering a broad range of themes from nanotechnologies and flights to space to the creation of gummy bears.


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