The Alte Nationalgalerie's exhibits specialize in primarily 19th century art, but the collection ranges from the French Revolution to the First World War. On the first floor, a display of Adolph Menzel's greatest works including "The Balcony Room" and the "Iron Rolling Mill" occupies the walls, along with works of other artists. Moving upstairs, you'll find exhibits of Impressionist works from some of the greats, including Manet, Monet, and Rodin, while the third floor is dedicated to the works of Goethe.
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