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Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
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  • Not to be missed 06/09/2014
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Ranked #9 of 27 attractions in Lubeck
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
Owner description: The Puppet Theater Museum was established in 1982 by collector Fritz Fey and preserves a unique collection dealing with the... more » Owner description: The Puppet Theater Museum was established in 1982 by collector Fritz Fey and preserves a unique collection dealing with the theme of Puppet Theater. Belonging in its inventory are a variety of puppets, props, theater scenery, and placards, as well as musical instruments from the continents of Asia, Africa, and Europe. A collection acquisition conducted in 2010 on behalf of the Possehl Stiftung documented more than 30,000 exhibits. Some objects are up to 300 years old. The collection of Lübeck’s Puppet Theater Museum is internationally known in expert circles. The Museum finds itself adjacent to Lübeck’s Puppet Theater where modern pieces are staged for children and adults. « less
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Ranked #14 of 27 attractions in Lubeck
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals; Landmarks

St. Jacobi church was built of brick in 1334, around the same time than St. Marien and St. Petri.  Pillars are decorated with simple fresco paintings.  The Brombse altar is made... more »

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Category: Amusement/ Theme Parks; Amusement Parks
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  • Simple but sacred 10/09/2014
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Owner description: Gunter Grass has been living in the environs of the Hanse City since 1986, and the office of the Nobel laureate is housed in... more » Owner description: Gunter Grass has been living in the environs of the Hanse City since 1986, and the office of the Nobel laureate is housed in the same building. The historic group of buildings therefore provides the ideal location for the presentation of his creative work within an up-to-date museum set-up. The main focus of the museum is the exploration and presentation of literature and visual arts, as they come together in the work of Gunter Grass, who is not only a writer, but also works as graphic artist, painter and sculptor. Despite being located in close vicinity to the name giver, the Gunter Grass House is an independent museum. For interdisciplinary research the museum has access to a collection of more than 1,100 original drawings, lithographs, water colours and etchings as well as numerous manuscripts. The exhibition "Hitting the Imprecise With Precision" based on the collection continually provides new insights into the creative processes of the artist and shows up connections between the two worlds, the literary and the visual, in his creative work. The exhibition also highlights aspects in the life and work of Gunter Grass who is known for causing public controversy both in his work and his political statements. In a separate series of exhibitions the museum presents artists who work in more than one creative discipline. Among those artists with dual or even multiple talents who have been shown at the museum are such diverse personalities as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Hermann Hesse, Gottfried Keller, Arno Schmidt, Ernst Barlach, Janosch, Robert Gernhardt and John Lennon. « less
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