The Wiesbaden museum set in the capital city of Hesse is a state museum of art and natural history. Exhibits date from the prehistoric right up to the present day and include old masters, works of classical modernism, modern art and contemporary pieces as well as a natural history collection. The museum buidling that has three wings was designed by the architect Theodor Fischer from 1912 to 1920. Following extensive renovations the museum reopened in May 2013 with some 7,000 square metres of exhibition space showcasing the collections. A tour of the museum is an aesthetic combination of both art and nature.
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