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Atrium in the National Museum in Wroclaw.

The Wroclaw National Museum is housed in a building designed by K. F. Endell in the Dutch Neo-Renaissance style and constructed in 1883-6, the seat of the Silesian Regency until 1939.
Current museum was opened in 1946 as a State Museum. The National Museum has five permanent exhibitions: "Silesian Stone Sculpture of the Twelfth through Fifteenth Century"; "Silesian Art of the Fourteenth to Sixteenth Century"; "Silesian Art of the Sixteenth to Nineteenth Century"; "Polish Art of the Seventeenth to Nineteenth Century"; "Polish Modern Art ".

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