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Museum of Ethnography, Dresden
Dresden, Germany
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The Ethnographic Museum Dresden, founded 1875, presents continually changing exhibitions in the Japanese Palais since 1977. Its collections encompass the regions Oceania, Asia, Africa, America, Australia and Europe. The Japanisches Palais (Japanese Palace) is a baroque palace in the city of Dresden, built in 1715. It was extended in 1729-1731 to store the Japanese porcelain collection of Augustus the Strong, although it was never used for this purpose. The Japanisches Palais was partly destroyed during the allied bombing raids on 13 February 1945, but was reconstructed in the 1950s and 1960s. It currently hosts the Museum of Ethnography Dresden, the Museum of Archaeology and the State Collection of Natural history.

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Address
Japanisches Palais 
City
Dresden
Country
Germany 
Website
http://www.voelkerkunde-dresden.de
Contributor
Petra Martin, Custodian 

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