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Over the years, Duisburg has become a city not to be missed on the German cultural scene. Among the various cultural visits offered, here are some that should definitely feature on your to-do list!

The Lehmbruck museum

With over 5000 m², it is one of the largest sculpture museums in Europe. Built by the son of Wilhem Lehmbruck, the museum has been particularly designed to showcase the statues. Very light and vast in size, the architecture enhances the works of art. Stroll through the museum rooms organised thematically and take in over 900 works. The museum, as its name indicates, showcases Wilhem Lehmbruck, but you can also discover works by many other artists. There are sections of the museum devoted to photography, painting and new media.

Duisburg Theatre

Built in 1912 and rebuilt following the Second World War in 1950, the theatre is an amazing monument. There, you will have the opportunity to see some of the famous operas performed by the Deutsche Oper am Rhein. In for some extra talent? The opera company also has a Classical Ballet Company. It's the ideal opportunity to see magnificent shows!

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