Zentrum Paul Klee 3.1 rating

  Art Galleries

The Paul Klee Centre is dedicated to Swiss-German artist Paul Klee, whose various works were influenced by different movements such as Expressionism, Cubism, Futurism, Surrealism, and Abstraction. The wave-shaped building showcases a rotating exhibition drawn from over 4000 pieces.

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Mon
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Wed
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Thu
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Fri
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About Zentrum Paul Klee

 Monument im Fruchtland 3, 3000 Bern, Switzerland

 +41 31 359 01 01

 http://www.zpk.org

Zentrum Paul Klee and Nearby Attractions on Map

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Zentrum Paul Klee Tickets and Tours in Bern

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