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Man-Museum, Augsburg

(4.2/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
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  • An almost unknown Museum with the original of the first diesel engine in the world and all other products which you work, like for example original submarine diesel engine, transmission, printing machinery, marine engines, vehicles such as buses, trucks, etc. necessarily worth visiting not only for those interested in technology. Mr gives information about the history of over 250 years old MAN work like Friedlein. Museum open Mon-Fri from 09:00 16:00, free entry (you have ringing the door opening!).
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  • interesting Museum famous firm man, one of the centers located in Augsburg. Very interesting for lovers of technology
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  • The Museum of MAN is something separate from the center of the city, but it is worth a visit. Several diesel engines, shown since their invention until today. Rudolf Diesel, along with MAN, was the Inventor of this engine. In addition there are several trucks MAN, some of the home and other more modern. It can be mounted in a cabin of a modern truck and see the truck used by the Bayern München to celebrate a title. Also there are other products that fabrico MAN at the time. The entrance is free.
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  • Unique museum with original exhibits, for example 1 diesel engine and a still functioning press machine from the 19th century.
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  • Extremely interesting. Short but very well prepared Guide.
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  • A very interesting place. Some interesting exhibits, especially the first internal combustion engine.
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  • Interesting information and exhibits about the history of the MAN in Augsburg.
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