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Kunsteisstadion

Städtisches Kunsteisstadion is an arena in Bayreuth, Germany. It is primarily used for ice hockey. Kunsteisstadion opened in 1976 and holds 4,730 people....

Museum der bildenden Künste

The Museum der bildenden Künste (German: "Museum of Fine Arts") is a museum in Leipzig, Saxony, Germany. On 7,000 square meters of display area, 3,500 paintings, 1,000 sculptures and 60,000 graphical works are shown. It covers artworks from the Late Middle Ages to Modernity. History Museum Foundation and First Museum The museum dates back to the founding of the "Leipzig Art Association" by Leipzig art collectors and promoters in 1837, and had set itself the goal of creating an art museum....

KUNSTEN Museum of Modern Art Aalborg

KUNSTEN Museum of Modern Art Aalborg is located in Aalborg, Denmark, on Kong Christians Allé near its junction with Vetserbro.. Of a modern Scandinavian design, it was built between 1968-72 by Finnish architects Elissa and Alvar Aalto and Danish architect Jean-Jacques Baruël. It was completed on 8 June 1972. The museum has been termed a "showplace for 20th-century Danish and international art", as it showcases both domestic and international modern art collections. It is described as "strikingly contemporary in both form and content"....

Olympia-Kunsteisstadion

The Olympia-Kunsteisstadion is a skating stadium located in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. It was built according to plans of architect Hanns Ostler in only 106 days for the figure skating and ice hockey at the 1936 Winter Olympics. It was opened on 16 December 1934. It contained an ice rink 30 meters by 60 meters for these games. It was a partially covered stadium. The stadium was able to hold 10,000 people. The Olympia-Kunsteistadion was rebuilt in 1939/1940 for the planned 1940 Winter Olympics which were canceled due to World War II. After the war it was reopened in 1948....

Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig

The Braunschweig University of Art (Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig, HBK) is the second largest College of Fine Arts in Germany. History The history of the “Hochschule für Bildende Künste” (College of Fine Arts) – abbreviated as HBK - in Brunswick (Braunschweig) goes back to the “Zeichnen-Instithut” (Drawing Institute) founded by the Brunswick Business Association in 1841 and which was first led by Johannes Selenka....

Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg

Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg (HFBK Hamburg) is the University of Fine Arts of Hamburg. It dates back to 1767, when it was called the Hamburger Gewerbeschule; later it became known as Landeskunstschule Hamburg. The main building was designed by architect Fritz Schumacher and built between 1911 and 1913. In 1970, it was accredited as an artistic-scientific university. History The Hamburger Gewerbeschule (Hamburg Vocational School) was founded in 1767 by the Patriotische Gesellschaft (Patriotic Society). It was named Staatliche Kunstgewerbeschule in 1896, later Landeskunstschule....

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