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Traveling around the world through artists' eyes

The job, the in-laws, the daily grind: You don't even need a reason to dream of getting away, but if ever you're looking for one, check out the exhibition "We're Off Then" at Berlin's Museum of Prints and Drawings.

The Kupferstichkabinett in Berlin, also known as the Museum of Prints and Drawings, is hosting the exhibition "We're Off Then" from March 18 through September 25, 2016, in the Museum of Prints and Drawings in Berlin's Kulturforum.

It includes around 100 works by such diverse artists as Albrecht Dürer, Paul Gauguin and Olafur Eliasson, with subjects ranging from Alexander von Humboldt's expeditions to present-day motifs, covering 500 years of travel impressions in the graphic arts.

Click through the gallery above to discover the landscapes that inspired the artists.

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