The Berlin art museum is in the middle of a major expansion, with its current exhibition area expanding to the size of four football pitches, which is more than double the previous area.
The museum’s new area includes a large, open space on the ground floor, with a terrace for visitors to sit in front of.
The building is also now fitted with a new soundproofing system, making it much more convenient for people visiting.
However, the museum’s current area is still the same size as before, which means some visitors may feel uncomfortable sitting inside the museum.
Art and culture have long been associated in Germany with a certain style of “old style” art.
These pieces are often heavily influenced by European and European-style styles.
The style of the art has changed over time, with some artists opting for more abstract, abstract, or abstract-style works.
The most famous of these is Helmut Neumann, whose work is known as “Neumann-Bartosch”.
This article is part of Al Jazeera’s series on art and culture.
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