Fine Arts Museum Basel
St. Alban-Graben 16, 4051 Basel, Switzerland
About Fine Arts Museum Basel
This prestigious museum, which frequently holds major temporary exhibitions, is home to a substantial number of masterpieces. Pride of place is given to paintings and drawings from the Upper Rhine and the Netherlands dating from the 15-17C. You will, in particular, be able to admire the largest collection in the world of works by the Holbein family
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