I understand the Glyptothek is now closed, but I'm wondering if any of the masterpieces have been moved to another location, so that one might still view them? It would be rather ridiculous not to make any of them accessible to the public for several years while the building is renovated!
Is it allowed to take photographs inside the Glyptothek, only for personal use?
As usual in most museums, they discourage flash and if you're taking pics of anything you shouldn't be, there will be somebody there to remind you. We had no problem taking all the pics we wanted.
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