epa03667165 Director of the Mathildenhoehe Institute, Ralf Beil looks into the mini-museum 'Kunsthalle Marcel Duchamp' in Darmstadt, Germany, 18 April 2013. The 'smallest art museum in the world,' a half cubic meter large museum, will display the exhibition 'La broyeuse de chocolat,' which can be viewed through rectangle openings, from 21 April until 03 November 2013. The Mathildenhoehe Institute exhibition building is closed for renovations during this time. EPA/FREDRIK VON ERICHSEN
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