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The Minster Square is the perceived centre of Ulm. It's where people left behind traces of their respective civilisations. These traces, which that are more than four millennia old, are much older than the Minster itself. Archaeologists found them when they studied the excavation pit and the… further information
Martina Strilic/Galerie Tobias Schrade
Thomas Kahl: Bread for Ruanda
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Thomas Kahl, the unknown Explorer
exhibition temporarily closed aimed at stemming the spread of coronavirus
He became known as a “bread painter”. But Thomas Kahl, who died much to early in 2017, was so much more. He was born in Zittau, Saxony, in 1963 and moved to Ulm in 1980, co-founding the artist collective “Die fantastischen Vier” (the fantastic four). They changed the name to “Künstlergruppe… further information
Foto: Armin Buhl/Stadthaus Ulm
Stadthaus and Ulm Minster
Stadthaus Ulm temporarily closed
Until end of easter holidays: exhibitions closed and events cancelled aimed at stemming the spread of coronavirus further information
On the 250th anniversary of Albrecht Ludwig Berblinger. Planned opening: Fr 15 May
Attempting to fly across the river Danube on 31 May 1811, Albrecht Ludwig Berblinger crashes his hang-glider, much to the amusement of his audience, including the duke and princes. Today, we know that he was a visionary. He knew that the world is a space with wings.