Gallery sights in Innsbruck
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The Rundgemälde is a 1000-sq-metre panorama painting depicting the Battle of Bergisel. The circular building that houses the painting also features an extremely evocative exhibition detailing epic overland trips by Austrian travel writer Max Reisch (1912–85) in the days before long-distance travel became so easy.
A treasure-trove of Tyrolean history and art, the Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum showcases everything from Bronze Age finds to religious works and pewter creations. Highlights include brooding Dutch and Flemish masterpieces, Gothic altarpieces and famous paintings from the likes of Klimt and Kokoschka .