Apollo-Fountain

Apollo-Fountain

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Vargeten Garden off Nuremberg

Vargeten Garden off Nuremberg

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German National Museum

German National Museum

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A lansquenet leader

A lansquenet leader

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View of the City from the north-east

View of the City from the north-east

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„The Holzschuher Collegiate Chapel of the Higher nobility…”

„The Holzschuher Collegiate Chapel of the Higher nobility…”

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Collegium Universitatis Altorfinae Nor.

Collegium Universitatis Altorfinae Nor.

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Gutenstetten Altar

Gutenstetten Altar

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St. Michael Church

St. Michael Church

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Fountain in the Court Yard of the City Hall

Fountain in the Court Yard of the City Hall

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The great and anterior graveyard or churchyard of St. Johannis, a quarter of an hour from Nuremberg

The great and anterior graveyard or churchyard of St. Johannis, a quarter of an hour from Nuremberg

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Joan of Castile (Innsbruck)

Joan of Castile (Innsbruck)

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Philipp the Good (Innsbruck)

Philipp the Good (Innsbruck)

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Joseph and Potiphar´s wife (Joseph the Chaste)

Joseph and Potiphar´s wife (Joseph the Chaste)

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Roof construction

Roof construction

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St. Anne´s Altar

St. Anne´s Altar

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Main Building of the Clinical Centre North

Main Building of the Clinical Centre North

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Tri-fold associated coat of arms

Tri-fold associated coat of arms

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Albrecht I (Innsbruck)

Albrecht I (Innsbruck)

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Good Friday

Good Friday

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Pear blossom

Pear blossom

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Stuccoed ceiling in the Fembo house

Stuccoed ceiling in the Fembo house

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Christ as the man of sorrows

Christ as the man of sorrows

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“Urbis Norimbergensis Insigniorum Templorum…” Egidien-Church and square

“Urbis Norimbergensis Insigniorum Templorum…” Egidien-Church and square

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Courtyard, Äußerer Laufer Platz 26 – 32

Courtyard, Äußerer Laufer Platz 26 – 32

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Epitaph des Georg Schwanhardt (glass cutter) and his spouse Susanna

Epitaph des Georg Schwanhardt (glass cutter) and his spouse Susanna

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Mary, Christ, John

Mary, Christ, John

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Virtual museum
Nuremberg Art

The virtual museum intends to show the wide range of Nuremberg art, comprising works of artists who resided in Nuremberg, as well as works of visiting artists who came to our city.

The range of the museum comprises objects in public spaces, e.g. buildings, bridges and memorials, as well as works of art in museums, their depots, libraries and private collections.

This digital museum is still under construction and is supplemented continually.

Not all content is already available in English. You will find additional artists / works of art on the German website of the virtual museum.

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