The installation ‘Waldplastik’ during Blue Night in Nuremberg, Germany

The installation “Waldplastik” from the Technical Academy in Munich during Blue Night, the night of art and culture, on the Hauptmarkt in Nuremberg,

The installation 'Waldplastik' during Blue Night in Nuremberg, Germany

The installation ‘Waldplastik’ during Blue Night in Nuremberg, Germany

The tip of the Frauenkirche church is seen through the installation ‘Waldplastik’ (lit.: forest schulpture) by the Munich University of Technology during the ‘Blaue Nacht’ (Blue Night), the Night of Art and Culture, in Nuremberg, Germany, late 03 May 2014. The Blue Night is an event held every year that sees cultural institutions, churches and museums open their doors to the public until the early morning hours and features art and light installations and performances in the inner city streets.

Nuremberg Blue Night

Every year, in one of May nights, all the museums, churches and other culture buildings of Nuremberg are open the public until early morning. More than twenty thousands people enjoy the music and art shows.

Location

Central Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, between the Netherlands and Poland, south of Denmark.

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The installation 'Waldplastik' from the Technical Academy in Munich during Blue Night, the night of art and culture, on the Hauptmarkt in Nuremberg, The tip of the Frauenkirche church is seen through the installation 'Waldplastik' (lit.: forest schulpture) by the Munich University of Technology during the 'Blaue Nacht' (Blue Night),...
The installation "Waldplastik" from the Technical Academy in Munich during Blue Night, the night of art and culture, on the Hauptmarkt in Nuremberg, The tip of the Frauenkirche church is seen through the installation 'Waldplastik' (lit.: forest schulpture) by the Munich University of Technology during the 'Blaue Nacht' (Blue Night), the Night of Art and Culture, in Nuremberg, Germany, late 03 May 2014. The Blue Night is an event held every year that sees cultural institutions, churches and museums open their doors to the public until the early morning hours and features art and light installations and performances in the inner city streets. <strong>Nuremberg Blue Night</strong> Every year, in one of May nights, all the museums, churches and other culture buildings of Nuremberg are open the public until early morning. More than twenty thousands people enjoy the music and art shows. <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Location</strong></span> Central Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, between the Netherlands and Poland, south of Denmark.

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