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The Berlin National Gallery is a museum in Berlin, Germany that exhibits art from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. It is part of the State Museums of the city and opened in 1876. Since then, the gallery has expanded to five locations and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, you can view a variety of works by some of the world's greatest artists. The museum was originally located in the historic Alte Nationalgalerie building, but it is now part of the burgeoning state museum system.

The Berlin National Gallery contains five locations, including the Old National Gallery. The Old National Galerie has a collection of nearly 600 works by 150 artists. This exhibit focuses on contemporary art, with works by Pablo Picasso, Max Beckmann, and Andreas Gursky on display. The museum has an atrium containing statues and sculptures. The Berlin Nationalgalerie also houses a large collection of work by Adolph Menzel. The German Romans from the early nineteenth century are represented in the collection as are French Impressionists, such as Caspar David Friedrich and Jason Rhoades.

The building is home to a diverse collection of paintings, sculpture, and modern art. The Kupferstichkabinett houses an internationally renowned collection of over 25,000 drawings and 35,000 print graphics. The building is composed of three floors and contains two floors. The museum is divided into three sections, each of which includes a unique collection of works by various artists. The museum's interiors include a small garden that features an outdoor courtyard for events and exhibitions.

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