Zurich Museum of Fine Arts
Switzerland, Zurich

The Zurich Museum of Fine Arts is one of the most important art museums in Europe, which focuses mainly on the 19th and 20th centuries, although there are paintings and sculptures from ancient times. The museum was founded in the Victorian era and was renovated in 1976. Today it is one of the most modern museums in the world. Not far from the entrance to the museum you can see the sculpture of Rodin "Gates of Hell". The museum contains the masterpieces of another famous Swiss sculptor and painter Giacometti. The collection of works in the Art Nouveau style includes the works of such great masters as Bonnard, Braque, Chagall, Marini, Mondrian, Picasso, Rouault. The gallery has the largest collections outside of Oslo by the Norwegian artist Edward Munch. Two old masters Rubens and Rembrandt are also represented in the museum.

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Bahnhofstrasse street in Zurich
Bahnhofstrasse street in Zurich
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St. Peter's Church
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Fraumunster Church
Grossmunster Cathedral in Zurich
Grossmunster Cathedral in Zurich
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