While working on the new subway lines in Berlin, workers unearthed eleven sculptures that were thought to have been lost forever. These art objects were labeled as degenerate art by the Nazis and were thought to be destroyed.
Workers found these during the initial phases of building a subway stop in front of the Berlin city hall. The works disappeared during World War II after having been included on the Nazis’ list of degenerate art. Most of them have now been identified and have been put on display in Berlin’s Neues Museum.
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