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Beautiful building!

Beautiful building to visit whenever you're in Magdeburg. Great architecture, so really great for... read more

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Martin M
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Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
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This is how living houses can look like - simply great!

If only our living houses could look a little like this - very impressing and I suppose, totally... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Aleksander22
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Reviewed today via mobile

Beautiful building to visit whenever you're in Magdeburg. Great architecture, so really great for photography.

Thank Martin M
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

If only our living houses could look a little like this - very impressing and I suppose, totally different to what we are used to when living in a building like this. Trees everywhere, small courtyards, cafes, souvenir shops, restaurants, a design hotel and you...More

Thank Aleksander22
Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

Checke it out from the outside. Quirky, fantasy architecture by Hundertwasser. Definitely fun to stroll though the little courtyards. Shops and eateries throughout.

Thank Elizabeth W
Reviewed 7 May 2018

Though Magdeburg is a pleasant city with an interesting history and generally friendly people the real reason to take the detour is to see this house. The last from Hundertwasser, sprawling with creativity, pleasing the human mind and heart, a huge contrast to the many...More

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Reviewed 16 February 2018 via mobile

Hundertwasser is one of Mrs.Kartika Affandi’s favourite. Mami Tika is one of our top painter who was 5 years living in Vienna and is still traveling around the world at her 86 years old. The building’s specific colours, Mosaiks and design are just unbelievable. Take...More

Thank Gaganawati
Reviewed 5 January 2018

Crazy building with many funny artistic installations. Good place to spent some time especially at night. Few restaurants and pubs on site.

Thank Bartlomiej Z
Reviewed 2 November 2017 via mobile

I adore the Hundertwasser buildings. He is truly the inheritor of the same playfulness that permeates the buildings of Gaudí in Spain. The Green Zitadell in Magdeburg is no different. Curved edges, colourful mosaics and lots of small trees make this building a true masterpiece....More

Thank EuTravelMag
Reviewed 6 October 2017

A mecca for individual arty boutiques & a good café too! Nice place to indulge in buying local products - the Magdeburg Kugeln are delicious!

Thank 850yvonne
Reviewed 31 August 2017

We did not have time for a tour, but we saw the building all four sides and found it to be delightful. We also had coffee and snacks in the courtyard, and felt uplifted by the whimsical architecture. Try to visit it if you are...More

Thank operalover939
Reviewed 18 August 2017

The tour was interesting but our tour guide spoke far too quickly. All 5 people in the tour wanted him to slow down so we could understand him. Michael then made fun of the person brave enough to request him to speak more slowly and...More

Thank Jennifer J
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