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Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528), Germany's most famous painter, lived in this impressive half-timbered house for nearly 20 years, starting in 1509. Not only is it one of the few surviving merchant houses from Nuremberg's Golden Age, but it is also the...more
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Albrecht-Duerer-Str. 39, 90403 Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
The audio guide does a good job explaining the life of Duer. They aren’t sure what many of the rooms were used for, as the house had many owners after Duer. It severely damaged in WWII, so you see is a rebuild of course. It...More
The family home for over 20 years in the early 16th Century and lucky to avoid damage in the WW2 bombing, when 90% of Nuremberg suffered. Not to be missed if you are an art lover and Dürer fan. I was only familiar with his...More
This is a relatively small museum which houses copies of Dürer's work and a history of him. It is helpful to see his work together albeit copies and not originals.
A nice touch was a free gift from the museum shop which is opposite the...More
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Albrecht was very sick when he was old, and even though usually people had the toilets outside the house, because he was a well respected men they let him had his toilet in the house. I don't remember exactly why was it... More
Albrecht was very sick when he was old, and even though usually people had the toilets outside the house, because he was a well respected men they let him had his toilet in the house. I don't remember exactly why was it positioned in the kitchen, but I presume it might have been the place where he spent the biggest part of his day.