Edvard Munch House

from the audio walk Discover Warnemünde: Your audio guide | Rostock-Warnemünde

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Discover Warnemünde: Your audio guide
13 Stations
57:08 min Audio
3.92 km directions_walk favorite 12
Edvard Munch House

The house “Am Strom 53” accommodated the Norwegian painter Edvard Munch in 1907/08. He lived with the pilot Nielsen and his family. Edvard Munch is generally known for his expressionist masterpiece “The Scream”. Before his time in Warnemünde, Munch had an artistic crisis. He was tormented by depressions and was looking for tranquillity to find himself.

The simple fisherman’s house was listed as a historical monument in 1990 and has been owned by the Edvard Munch Haus e.V. Warnemünde since 1994. As a cultural meeting place, it now shows changing exhibitions of modern art.

Photo: Joachim Kloock

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