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January 2015
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“Looking down from above: the Bird’s Eye View” at Germanisches National Museum, Nuremberg.

Looking down from above: the Bird’s Eye View. Franz Anton Schlein: Preßburg (Bratislava), 1905 (Leihgabe Timm Starl, Wien). Courtesy of Germanisches National Museum

Incorporating fantastic views, uninterrupted panoramas

and never-ending landscapes, this exhibition opens our eyes to a vision of new perspectives. For the first time, the point of view is that of a bird. Almost two hundred pieces – including paintings, prints, photographs but also maps – allow the viewer to soar above almost five centuries of European faith, from the Christian outlook to the Middle Ages, and onto the more technical experiences of the modern world.
Until 22nd February
www.gnm.de

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