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Museum der Völker, Schwaz

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  • We have visited this museum several times and came back this year to see its new building and layout. This is a tremendous benefit as the collection is now displayed better and shows it off even more....  more »
  • On a rainy day we visited this anthropological museum. Huge range of buddah statues collected by an austrian anthropologist. Very nice was a large exhibition of african voodoo dolls from benin..surrea...  more »
  • Arguably one of the outstanding Ethnology museums in Europe, boast several collections from countries across Asia and Africa. In addition, there are often special exhibitions on display. The museum fo...  more »
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  • Very beautifully designed. Size of the exhibition right
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  • Extensive collection of Asian and African art and culture. Highly recommended.
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  • Class very interesting you should look at, if you're nearby ACE
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  • Great exhibits from Asia and Africa but almost no explanation. The numbering is chaotic, the overview plan contains little information. Not even the audio guide will help really (the information is ok, quite however for far too few exhibits)
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