This is a very local museum in Munich. The shape of the museum is very beautiful. The exhibits in the pavilion are very rich, and the most notable ones are the famous German porcelain brands such as Ningfenburg and Mason, which create various kinds of porcelain for the Bavarian Royal family, which are very beautiful and delicate. It is one of the most important cultural and historical museums in Europe. Personally, I think it is more valuable to visit than the Munich Palace Museum.
The exhibits are much richer than the Royal Palace Museum, and the most notable ones are the various porcelain people and utensils made by famous German brands such as Ningfenburg and Mason for the Bavarian Royal Family, which are still alive, noble and expensive. Rethinking of China's wonderful porcelain, which shocked the world, there is no compelling brand and its design and manufacture are becoming more and more popular, an unknown evil fire poured into my heart, and I had to stare at German porcelain severely to vent. There are also some ancient Chinese porcelain in the collection.
This is one of the most important cultural and historical museums in Europe, with a large collection of cultural relics and works of art.
Museums with distinctive features, in this selected several museums to visit, feel very fruitful, carefully look at simply can not finish.