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Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum, Aachen

The Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum displays a collection of German and Dutch sculpture and paintings in an elegant Renaissance Revival building..

The Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum displays a collection of German and Dutch sculpture and paintings in an elegant Renaissance Revival building.


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About Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum

 Wilhelmstraße 18, 52070 Aachen, Germany

 +49 241 4798

 www.suermondt-ludwig-museum.de

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