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Museum der bildenden Kuenste Bundesverwaltungsgericht
Structure in General
building with towers
The 126m by 76m Reichsgericht (federal court house) was designed in an Italian Renaissance style similar to the Reichstag in Berlin. It features two large courtyards, a central cupola, and a large portico at the entrance.
Atop the cupola is a torch-bearing figure which symbolizes Truth.
Damaged by arson in 1933, it was converted into a group of museums after WWII, chief of which was the Museum der bildenden Kuenste (museum of fine arts).
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