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Jean Paul Museum

Jean Paul Museum
Jean Paul by artist Heinrich Pfennninger (1797/98)

Jean Paul (Johann Paul Friedrich Richter), born 1763 in Wunsiedel, lived and worked in Bayreuth from 1804 until his death in 1825. The museum houses a remarkable collection of manuscripts, first editions, portraits, literature and pictures of and relating to Jean Paul, one of Germany's foremost writers.

Hours: September - June: daily 10 - 12pm and 2 - 5 pm. July and August: daily 10 am - 5pm.

[ Source: http://www.bayreuth.de/tourism/tourist_information/museums_365.html ]

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Address: Wahnfriedstr. 1, 95444 Bayreuth
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