Museum of Modern Art Grand-Duc Jean is situated at Fort Thungen of Luxembourg. Museum of Modern Art Grand-Duc Jean is a museum which is committed at modern art in the Luxembourg City. The Museum of Modern Art Grand-Duc Jean in Luxembourg has been dedicated to the Grand Duke Jean who had also inaugurated the museum.
Inside the museum, after the reception place there is Grand Hall, which has a structure of glass and has the height of 43 meters. From this area the visitors to the Museum of Modern Art Grand-Duc Jean can access the other parts of the museum. On the first floor of the museum there are large areas for the purpose of exhibition.
The architect of this astonishing museum is Ieoh Ming Pei. Tour to Luxembourg should always include the visit to this exquisite museum. The particular museum profits from an amazing archeological and natural surroundings. The foundation of this museum was laid down by the State of Luxembourg in the year 1998 in July.
The Museum of Modern Art Grand-Duc Jean is also popularly known as MUDAM which is also the abbreviation of the name of the museum. The museum was opened to the public in the year 2006. The permanent collection of the museum has 230 art works done by about 100 artists.