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New national gallery: photo description (Neue Nationalgalerie)

New national gallery is an art Museum that is included in the State museums of Berlin. The building is rightly called an icon of the classical style, was built under the direction of architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. His main idea was the creation of "universal space", to realize that he had on a granite terrace with an area over 1 thousand sq. m. opened in 1968, the national gallery was the last work of the architect, on account of which there were a number of impressive skyscrapers, and also projects of new concepts.

This art Museum was able to combine materials such as glass and concrete. That's why the gallery was named "temple of glass and light", which later became the monument of modern architecture. There are numerous exhibitions, which include both permanent and interchangeable. On the West side of the gallery, visitors can get magnificent outdoor garden with its beautiful sculptures. The architectural solution of the structure there is a hidden classicism, which makes the New national gallery of modern variant of an ancient temple, where a very well respected German traditions established ever since Karl Friedrich Schinkel.

Thanks to the unusual decision of dividing space on the basement floor and the main hall is a monumental building is very popular among those wishing to hold an exhibition of exhibits. In the Museum to review the public exhibited instances of the most different genres: surrealism, pop art, early modernism, expressionism, Bau house. Visitors will appreciate the genius of the works of such outstanding figures as Picasso, Munch, Ernst, Lieberman, and other true masters of painting.