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US News New exhibition in Köthen Castle invites you to travel on a journey through time in the coming months. After the opening of the exhibition “Köthen today and 100 years”, the picture show will be presented until May 7, 2023. Old and new photography that sho

08:40  09 december  2022
08:40  09 december  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

Heavy renovation work in sight for the Mont-Blanc tunnel

 Heavy renovation work in sight for the Mont-Blanc tunnel © Guillaume Souvant The Mont Blanc Tunnel between France and Italy on August 10, 2018 of heavy renovation work will lead to several months of closure in 2023 and 2024 for the Mont-Blanc tunnel, and continue in the following years in a calendar still to be determined, the operator of this axis of strategic traffic connects and Italy told AFP on Wednesday in the massif of Alps.

Der Ludwigsbau vom Schloss Köthen. © Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert/DPA central picture/ZB/Archive The Ludwigsbau from Köthen Castle. The historical photographs would be compared with large -format current pictures that show the developments and changes, such as those of the Köthener Bärplatz. The documentary character enables guests to have a slight comparison of past and present, it said. Some outstanding exhibits in city history would also be shown.

Köthen is primarily known for Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). The baroque composer and cantor came to Köthen with his family in 1717, where he worked until 1723. In order to honor him, the Köthener Bach festival days are organized. There is a Bach memorial and several museums in the castle.

Expo "Surrealice": Alice's magic in Wonderland floats on the museums of Strasbourg .
entitled "Suréalice", the double exhibition of the Tomi Ungerer Museum and the Museum of Modern Art pays homage to Lewis Carroll's tale. It is accessible until February 26, 2023. The double exhibition "Surrealice" offered at the Tomi Ungerer Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in Strasbourg explores the universe of the famous Lewis Carroll tale. A course strewn with surprises, between paintings of surrealists and modern illustrations. To be discovered until February 26, 2023.

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