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Museum Europäischer Kulturen [II E 62]

Der Thränen-Quell im Palast der letzten Tatar-Chane (Museum Europäischer Kulturen, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Museum Europäischer Kulturen, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / Ute Franz-Scarciglia (CC BY-NC-SA)


Brunnenanlage im Palast, die der Khan Krim Girei Mitte des 18. Jhs. als Erinnerung an seine nicht erwiderte Liebe für seine Gemahlin Marie Pototzky erbauen ließ.


Öl auf Leinwand


Höhe x Breite: 55,4 x 47 cm

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1845 1848

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Das MEK sammelt und bewahrt Materielle und Immaterielle Kultur aus ganz Europa und erhält sie für die Zukunft. Die kulturellen Ausdrucksformen ...

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