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Time machine: Web special and VR app visualise historical hangings at the Städel Museum

As of today, the historical locations of the Städel Museum in the years 1816, 1833, and 1878, the respective presentations of the collection, and the works on display then can be viewed and relived online. The results of long-term research and reconstruction work on the history of collecting at the Städel Museum and the different forms of its holdings? presentation in the nineteenth century are now freely accessible at http://zeitreise.
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