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Glasmanufaktur Harzkristal, Derenburg
(2/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
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  • Nice trip - even in winter! The huge parking lots of car contains s and is free as well as the entrance. You can look stundelnlang there without cost. Only a guide costs 5 euros (do one but not to book). The new Cafe is absolutely worth a visit. There's the best cakes far and wide. Before the door is a large children's playground.
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  • It is sad and shameful that one can buy in the sales room much and winning brings the company. However, for a human need, on top even numbers must. Mainly the costs are saved and passed on to the customers. In addition yet, where are all customers crowding the toilet of coffee was recommended. Unthinkable, if the tenant must bear the additional cost. A companies bad work to the many hard-working employees, in the concept of service not fully is pulled up to the end.
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  • The entire exhibition and the lead gives the impression that it is more to sell than to convey knowledge from the glassblowing craft. The management was carried out listless and little informative. Only the concluding statements of an external glass blower gave a little insight. For this, 4 euros per person are already way too much in my opinion. The only interesting thing was to create an own glass ball for children for €7.
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