Haus der Geschichte Dinkelsbühl, Dinkelsbuhl

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  • ...interessiert probably barely a tourist. This is very important, because this is the place or location, which is part of the historic sites and buildings. Also, the old town hall was formerly known as Schoolhouse used, but now the beautiful and informative Museum is located there. Also the tourism information is out there, I recommend everyone up there the flyer &gt; tour < to pick up, it is important for the guest. Also the old fountain, at the old town hall square, as well as the historic building is very nice. The Museum is open on all days of the year, from 10°° am to 17 ° ° watch. Unfortunately the pictures are stored here for the Museum are not suitable at all, they show any motives of Dinkelsbühl, but nothing from the Museum.
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  • We entered the town by this gate - and so doing sets the mood. The work is impressive and evt. restorations have been done very well. A must see!  more »
  • Admission is five euros. At the entrance to the Museum instead of sliding doors you are greeted by spreading shape guards two halberds. Original! Nowhere to be seen. The Museum of the history of works in Dinkelsbuehl/all year round. For a small town quite unusual. Most often in such cities in winter history museums of the city are closed. For technical reasons. May heating too expensive and salaries of city finance does not want, because tourists out of season in such muzjah very very little. And maybe heating does harm to exhibits. I don't know exactly. Here everything is different. On the last floor model fortifications of the city. Do not forget to walk. In the General Exposition Center-thirty years ' war 1618-1648. It is everywhere in these places bucked the wealth of trade and artisan towns and for centuries kept these towns in sleeping and poor provincial life. On the streets of these cities were grazing cattle and sheep, and the inhabitants of the towns walls have fed outside. From this sleep small towns began to leave in just half a century ago.
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