The Germanisches Nationalmuseum was established in 1852. As a national museum and as an internationally recognised research institution, its purpose is to collect, preserve, study and exhibit objects and documents pertaining to the culture and history of the German-speaking world. With current overall holdings of approx. 1.3 million objects, the Germanisches Nationalmuseum is Germany’s largest museum of cultural history.
Dismantled – painted over – rediscovered (Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg)
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Germanisches Nationalmuseum – Leibniz-Forschungsmuseum für Kulturgeschichte
Kartäusergasse 1
90402 Nürnberg
T +49 0911 / 13 31 - 0

General Director:
Prof. Daniel Hess

Head of Administration:
Dr Stefan Rosenberger

Dr Andrea Langer MBA (Marketing & Science Management)
Dr Sonja Mißfeldt (Press)