Maximilian Museum

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Like all museums with municipal art collections, the Maximilian Museum was established in a historical building. With its stone paintings that appear almost three-dimensional and its impressive windows, it counts as one of Augsburg's most beautiful Renaissance buildings. Two historical town houses from the 15th and 16th centuries were combined in the 19th century, the older and smaller Welserhaus on Annastraße and the grander house on Philippine-Welser-Straße. Today they make up the museum's rectangular building complex that surrounds a courtyard. This freely accessible interior courtyard is coved with glass and contains the original bronze statues from the splendid Augsburg Renaissance fountains, the Augustus, Mercury and Hercules fountains...

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