The Leibniz Research Museums Media Library brings the museum to you in digital exhibitions, stories and videos.

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  1. Europe on Cure: Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Thomas Mann and the Myth of Davos

    Exhibition of the Germanisches Nationalmuseum Nürnberg

    For more than 150 years, Davos has been a symbolic place, a focal point of European cultural history and political developments. Nowhere else were the hopes and longings, fears and threats of the late 19th and early 20th century so closely intertwined as here. The digital story and exhibition show the multifaceted history of this once little village and draw connections between medical and cure history, architecture, winter sport, art and literature, philosophy and politics.

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  2. COG meets PLAYMOBIL

    An exhibition of the German Maritime Museum Bremerhaven

    With Oliver Schaffer's Playmobil collection the story of an old ship is told anew.

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  3. MAPS KNOWLEDGE SEA - Globalization from the Water

    An exhibition of the German Maritime Museum Bremerhaven

    Sea charts of the past, stories of seafarers, scientists and ship owners of the 19th century are shown in this exhibition.

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  4. Coral Reef

    An Exhibition of the Senckenberg Natural History Museum Frankfurt

    On 16, July 2021, the Senckenberg Natural History Museum Frankfurt opens the new theme room “Coral Reef” as part of the remodeling project New Museum.

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  5. Preserving for the future

    A video series of the Leibniz Research Museums

    These videos provide insight into the often hidden work that staff at the Leibniz Research Museums undertake to preserve cultural heritage.

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