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The Villa Dessauer is a mansion in Bamberg, Germany, which is used as an art gallery by the local City Council. The edifice was built in 1884 by the Jewish merchant Carl Dessauer. Typical of that time, the villa was aimed to be a mirror of the owner’s position in the society. During the Nazi regime, the villa was confiscated, but after World War II the son of the former owner received his property back and sold it to the City of Bamberg. Since 1987 it hosts a gallery, which is used for several exhibitions, where both local and international artists have the possibility to expose their works.

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  • The Villa Dessauer is a mansion in Bamberg, Germany, which is used as an art gallery by the local City Council. The edifice was built in 1884 by the Jewish merchant Carl Dessauer. Typical of that time, the villa was aimed to be a mirror of the owner’s position in the society. During the Nazi regime, the villa was confiscated, but after World War II the son of the former owner received his property back and sold it to the City of Bamberg. Since 1987 it hosts a gallery, which is used for several exhibitions, where both local and international artists have the possibility to expose their works.
  • Die Villa Dessauer wurde 1884 in Bamberg im damaligen Stil der Neorenaissance vom jüdischen Hopfenhändler Carl Dessauer errichtet. Das prächtige Bauwerk diente der repräsentativen Darstellung seiner gesellschaftlichen Stellung.
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  • Die Villa Dessauer wurde 1884 in Bamberg im damaligen Stil der Neorenaissance vom jüdischen Hopfenhändler Carl Dessauer errichtet. Das prächtige Bauwerk diente der repräsentativen Darstellung seiner gesellschaftlichen Stellung. Die Villa Dessauer stellte lange Zeit einen gesellschaftlichen Mittelpunkt der „besseren“ Bamberger Gesellschaft dar. Während der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus wurde der damalige jüdische Besitzer Max Pretzfelder von den Nationalsozialisten verschleppt und ermordet und die Villa beschlagnahmt. Nach dem Krieg wurde die Villa, welche mittlerweile wieder an den Sohn des Max Pretzfelder übertragen wurde, von diesem an die Stadt Bamberg verkauft. Im Jahr 1987 wurde eine Galerie eingerichtet, welche für Sonderausstellungen der Museen der Stadt Bamberg und vom Bamberger Kunstverein genutzt wird.
  • The Villa Dessauer is a mansion in Bamberg, Germany, which is used as an art gallery by the local City Council. The edifice was built in 1884 by the Jewish merchant Carl Dessauer. Typical of that time, the villa was aimed to be a mirror of the owner’s position in the society. During the Nazi regime, the villa was confiscated, but after World War II the son of the former owner received his property back and sold it to the City of Bamberg. Since 1987 it hosts a gallery, which is used for several exhibitions, where both local and international artists have the possibility to expose their works.
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