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Max Liebermann was one (of Germany's most important artists in the last century. He was also an opponent of the Nazi regime. His house is next to the Brandenburg Gate and worth a visit. Admission is free and there are exhibits on Libermann's life. Clean...More
Max Liebermann was an important artist, and his lakeside retreat at Wannsee holds some of his works. There are notably some scenes of the property itself.
The family’s main house was not this one, but a town mansion near the Brandenburg gate.
To me Liebermann...More
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Blocks from Final Solution Konferenz estate, went. It is impossible to figure out how or where to buy tickets, woman took forever to look over my student id, couldn’t figure out how to get from ticket/gift shop cottage to...More
An enchanted place. Telling the interesting story of Max Liebermann. Watch his beautiful paintings. Walk in a marvelous garden. Reach the water and the view. rest while drinking tea and eating a cake. Nice shop and warm hospitality. I will come back.
Take the S Bahn to Wannsee and then the bus to the Liebermann villa.
The grounds are spectacular and you have a view of the water. There is a lovely garden to view and inside the villa is an exhibit that changes every so often....More
We were introduced to this place by our German friends. Thank goodness. Otherwise we would have missed a real treat. One of Germany's most famous and talented painters spent his summer's here with family before the war. Some of his finest works are now on...More
It is great that this house was retrieved from a yachting club, and restored to how Liebermann had it designed. The best part of the museum is the backgarden overlooking the lake. The views are magnificent, and you can relax sitting on a bench or...More
This visit to the Max Liebermann house is a lovely day out. We took the S 7 to Wannsee having bought a day card for the Berlin transport system covering areas A&B ( 7 euros) and then got the bus 114 opposite the station. This...More