Royal Cabinet of Mathematical and Physical Instruments, Dresden

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  • I was fascinated by the beauty of scientific devices were produced in early times. I not understand though how does the calculator by Pascal, but to admire all of these scientific achievements from approximately five hundred years is worth a visit in any case.
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  • Because we are more art lovers, we don't really wanted in this museum. You can buy a day ticket for all three museums in the Kennel but for 10 euros and so we decided to visit this museum. We were very pleasantly surprised. Even if you have not so much on the hat with technology, you can enjoy these exhibits. It partially very old equipment are exhibited timing devices, telescopes, Globes and a weather record dating back to the 19th century, over 25 years.
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  • We took part in the guided tour of the mathematisch physikalischer Salon. An hour got declared a part of the exhibits in a small group. We were impressed on how earlier attempt was made to explain and to measure the world. The hour passed as in flight and we had to listen to much longer.
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