Pomeranian State Museum

Local namePommersches Landesmuseum
LocationGreifswald, Germany

The Pomeranian State Museum in Greifswald, Western Pomerania, is a public museum primarily dedicated to Pomeranian history and arts. The largest exhibitions show archeological findings and artefacts from the Pomerania region and paintings, e.g. of Caspar David Friedrich, a Greifswald local, such as Ruins of Eldena Abbey in the Riesengebirge. The museum was established in the years of 1998 to 2005 at the site of the historical Franziskaner abbey.

Near Binz on the nearby isle of Rügen, a satellite of the museum is under construction at Jagdschloss Granitz, a former hunting lodge of the Rugian princes. This branch will be designated to Rugian history.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pomeranian_State_Museum

Official Website https://www.pommersches-landesmuseum.de/

Email info@pommersches-landesmuseum.de

Phone +49 3834 83120

Address 1 Theodor-Pyl-Straße, Greifswald 17489, Germany

Coordinates 54°5'41.825" N 13°22'58.155" E

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