A DW co-production on the subject of one of the world's largest museum collections has celebrated its cinema premiere. It's a unique treasury that's overseen by the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation.
The Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation runs Berlin museums — and one of the world's largest collection of exhibits. The film "Berlin's Treasure Trove," co-produced by DW, rbb and Arte, explores the foundation's work.
The Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation has returned pieces of its collection to members of the Alaskan Chugach tribe. The exhibits had been acquired through looting.
Acquired over a century ago, the skull is going back to New Zealand museum which will locate the appropriate Maori tribe. It's part of a 15-year plan to return indigenous articles to their original owners.
Descendants of Jewish art dealers have been calling for years for the return of the Guelph Treasure, ecclesiastic art worth over $250 million. After a US court accepted their lawsuit, Germany is now appealing.
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