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10 October 2018, Brandenburg, Neuzelle: 10 October 2018, Germany, Neuzelle: Brigitte Bub, restorer of the fourth scene "Jesus before Caiaphas", is about to open the Neuzelle Passion Depictions between the figures of the historical stage set. On the same day, after extensive restoration, the new stage design is presented to the public in the Museum Himmlisches Theater. The Neuzelle Passion Depictions from 1751 are regarded as one of the most important monumental Baroque stage installations to be attributed to the Holy Sepulchres. They are a unique testimony to European art and cultural history.

10 October 2018, Brandenburg, Neuzelle: 10 October 2018, Germany, Neuzelle: Brigitte Bub, restorer of the fourth scene "Jesus before Caiaphas", is about to open the Neuzelle Passion Depictions between the figures of the historical stage set. On the same day, after extensive restoration, the new stage design is presented to the public in the Museum Himmlisches Theater. The Neuzelle Passion Depictions from 1751 are regarded as one of the most important monumental Baroque stage installations to be attributed to the Holy Sepulchres. They are a unique testimony to European art and cultural history. Stock Photo
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5376 x 7961 px | 45.5 x 67.4 cm | 17.9 x 26.5 inches | 300dpi

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10 October 2018

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10 October 2018, Brandenburg, Neuzelle: 10 October 2018, Germany, Neuzelle: Brigitte Bub, restorer of the fourth scene "Jesus before Caiaphas", is about to open the Neuzelle Passion Depictions between the figures of the historical stage set. On the same day, after extensive restoration, the new stage design is presented to the public in the Museum Himmlisches Theater. The Neuzelle Passion Depictions from 1751 are regarded as one of the most important monumental Baroque stage installations to be attributed to the Holy Sepulchres. They are a unique testimony to European art and cultural history. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB

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