Visiting the Ulm Museum is travelling through time in a most fascinating way: The “Lion Man” carved from mammoth ivory is more than 35,000 years old, which makes it the world's earliest figurative human/animal shaped sculpture.
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Late Gothic sculptures and paintings give us an idea of the era in which the Ulm Minster was built. The objects of the museum include sculptures by Jörg Syrlin the Elder and Michel Erhart as well as paintings by Bartholomew Zeitblom and Martin Schaffner. The foundation “Collection Kurt Fried” displays a representative cross-section of international arts between the 1950's and 1970's.