Munich, Germany — Munich’s photography museum is back in place after it was flooded with hundreds of thousands of euros in September.
In late September, the museum was forced to temporarily shut for the first time in more than 50 years because of the city’s floods.
A museum in the German capital was flooded and damaged in the floods.
Photographer Thomas Döpfner, who has traveled to Munich and worked at the museum for nearly a decade, was one of the few people who remained inside the building and was rescued after a night on the streets.
Döpfenner, the head of the museum, said the flood did not affect the show that was in the main hall.
He told CNN he had a feeling that it would return to normal when the water receded.
He said the museum had received around 300,000 euros ($333,000) from the city.
Munchen is known as the home of the modern world, but its history dates back to the 13th century.
The city has a long tradition of preserving cultural treasures and it is one of Europe’s most tourist-friendly cities.