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The Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst is a modern art museum, showcasing European art from the 1960s onwards, and American pop and photorealistic art..
The Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst is a modern art museum, showcasing European art from the 1960s onwards, and American pop and photorealistic art.
Jülicher Str. 97-109, 52070 Aachen, Germany
+49 241 1807104
The Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum displays a collection of German and Dutch sculpture and paintings in an elegant Renaissance Revival building
Built in 1827, the Elisenbrunnen (Elisa Fountain) stands as a symbol of the more than 30 thermal springs in the Aachen basin area
The Couven Museum offers a glimpse into 18th and 19th century living, through displays of house interiors and furniture
Haus Lowenstein is a 14th century Gothic building on the Aachen market square, that has been a house, a tavern and an inn over the centuries
The International Newspaper Museum in the Great House holds one of the world's largest collection of newspapers, with over 200,000 issues from the 17th to the 21th century
The medieval City Hall of Aachen is a striking Gothic building in the Old Town
Theatre Aachen is home to the Aachen Symphony Orchestra, and hosts productions of operas, concerts, and plays
The Puppenbrunnen or Fountain of Dolls on Krämerstraße was created in 1975 by Aachen sculptor Boniface Stirnberg
Come winter, and the streets of the Old Town light up in anticipation of the festive season
The Bahkauv fountain in Aachen represents a mythical 'river-calf' which, as legend has it, pounced on drunken men's backs as they staggered home from the bar after a night of heavy drinking