Sepia Spell -Stairway to Heaven

 

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Stairway leading up to the 2nd floor of the Old National Gallery in Berlin (Sept. 2016)

 

Okay, okay… I admit, this is n o t the actual stairway to heaven, b u t in my mind it´s pretty close to it 😉

As it is, these steps are leading up to the second floor of the Old National Gallery outside the building.

The Old National Gallery is situated on the Museum´s Island and has been build around 1867 – 1876. The Gallery is showing a collection of Neoclassical, Impressionist, Romantic and Early Modernist artwork, like The Monk by the Sea by Caspar David Friedrich or Adolph von Menzel´s Eisenwalzwerk (Iron Rolling Mill).

The Old National Gallery is one of my favourite art galleries here in Berlin, not only because of it´s magnificent collection but also because of its amazing architecture, of which I´m going to share with you more pictures of mine in the following weeks. 🙂

 

 

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29 thoughts on “Sepia Spell -Stairway to Heaven

    • Thank you so much, Terry, for taking the time and comment on my post! I appreciate that and you very much!! 🙂 Hope you have a lovely day and that you can enjoy the sunshine – here autumn has come and it´s awfully cold and rainy 😦 Well, that´s how the seasons work I guess 😉 Though I could live with endless summer! xxx

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