Paula Becker-Modersohn House
Böttcherstraße 6-10, 28195 Bremen, Germany
About Paula Becker-Modersohn House
The Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum was the first museum in the world to be dedicated to the work of a female painter. The masterpieces on display illustrate the artist’s extraordinary importance as a pioneer of modern painting. The museum building was commissioned by the businessman and patron Ludwig Roselius, who owned a considerable collection of Paula Modersohn-Becker’s work.
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The Roselius House Museum is the historical focus of picturesque Böttcherstrasse, located in the heart of Bremens city centre. Welcome your guests in the magnificent staircase hall of Ludwig Roselius Museum, surrounded by ancestral portraits of the baroque era. The museum's collection which spans the period from the Middle Ages to the Baroque era includes medieval altarpieces and so more.
The Böttcherstrasse is about 110 m long street in Bremen's Old Town, which is one of the cultural monuments and tourist attractions in Bremen because of their architecture. Most of the buildings were built between 1922 and 1931 and are mainly due to Ludwig Roselius, a Bremen coffee merchant, and patron. The street and its buildings are a rare example of Expressionism architecture
The Glockenspiel House is a building in Bremen in the north of Germany. With its 30 bells of Meissen porcelain, the carillon chimes three times a day while wooden panels depicting pioneering seafarers and aviators appear on a rotating mechanism inside the tower. In 1944 the building suffered serious fire damage. The carillon was replaced, this time with white porcelain bells. The panels survived the Second World War undamaged. They were restored in 1991, together with the carillon, which receive
The Schütting is the building of the Bremen merchants, formerly the guild and food store of the merchants and since 1849 the seat of the Bremen Chamber of Commerce . It has been a listed building since 1973. It is on the south side of the Bremen market square , directly opposite the town hall.
Atlantis House is one of the majestic buildings in the old town of Bremen which was an interesting example of German architecture in the interwar period which was completed in 1931. It was designed by Bernhard Hoetger. The interior and exterior of this building is quiet beautiful and it attracts a lot of people to visit this place.
The Bremen Roland is a statue of Roland, erected in 1404. It stands in the market square of Bremen, Germany, facing the cathedral, and shows Roland, paladin of the first Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne and hero of the Battle of Roncevaux Pass. Roland is shown as protector of the city: his legendary sword is unsheathed, and his shield is emblazoned with the two-headed Imperial eagle.
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Bremen is Germany's smallest state. Two distinct enclaves form the state of Bremen. One is Bremen the state capital, and the other is Bremerhaven the city. Bremen is known for its rich cultural life with many theatres, libraries, archives, museums, and galleries.