From: Lübeck, Germany
Behnhaus / Drägerhaus
The Museum Behnhaus/Drägerhaus consists
of two connected houses in the Königstrasse, where many of Lübeck's rich
and influential citizens built homes in the late 18th and early 19th
Behnhaus is a merchant's house
that was built between 1779-1782. (You can see its entrance hall in the
top photo.) Upstairs is a collection of 19th and 20th Century paintings.
Next door, Drägerhaus
has rooms from the mid-19th Century, including the ballroom and its
Dresden stove that you'll see in the smaller photos above.
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