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Lübeck - Kunsthalle St. Anna
Germany
The monastery of Saint Annen in Lübeck-Germany is a former monastery of the Augustinians. It is now part of the Lübeck's museum for history of art and culture. It is located near the Saint Giles Church and next to the synagogue in the south eastern town of Lübeck. Besides the St.Annen museum, which shows art of the old masters, the monastery also contains the Kunsthalle St. Anna. The architecture of the Kunsthalle, which was built modernly in 2004 and has the ruins of the former church and the monastery that burnt down in 1843, was a gift of the Possehl Foundation. In 2003 the architecture of the Kunsthalle, which was planned by the architects Konermann Siegmund from Hamburg/Lübeck, received the quadrennial star prize of the Bund Deutscher Architekten (Federation of German Architects) of Schleswig-Holstein. The Kunsthalle exhibits modern art of the 20th century. [Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Annen_Museum]
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