Through the halls of Hamburger Kunsthalle, explore the centuries of international fine arts. You will begin your journey in the Masters Room dedicated to religious imagery of the 15th century. Your path will then take you to the heart of German Romanticism with the works of Caspar David Friedrich in particular. This will be followed by collections of expressionist, modern, surrealist and contemporary art, depending on the paintings of Monet, Renoir, Munch, Magritte and Dali. However, the richness of the museum does not stop there: you can also discover the work of museum curators thanks to the nine rooms of the "transparent Museum". From the outside, don't miss the opportunity to admire the architectural beauty of the three buildings that make up the museum. Of particular note is its main red stone building, characteristic of North German neoclassicism.