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Ostfriesisches Landesmuseum, Emden
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  • On the next visit to the Museum, it was very interesting and instructive. Only, that partly the explanation signs (with backlight) are so bright that the exhibits as a result are not properly or one again must get used to the eye for the look in the bright note, was not so good. Also, many glass Windows reflect such that only through a dense approach to the disc offers a better look.
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  • We went cycling through Emden and in the building of the East Frisian land Museum is especially attracted our attention. We could not visit the Museum of time reasons.
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  • The Ostfriesische Landesmuseum shows above all the story of Emden. Thats a shame, on the other hand Emden is itself so steeped in history that extended to East Frisia is beyond the scope and would completely kill the visitor. The highlights are the Gemäldegalerie and the Emden Armory with an impressive collection of early modern weapons and armor without a doubt on the 2nd and 4th floor. To join a guided tour through the exhibition is worthwhile in any case since most exhibits are well described, but further information is better conveyed by the leaders. The coffee is very good and reasonably priced.
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  • On the next visit to the Museum, it was very interesting and instructive. Only, that partly the explanation signs (with backlight) are so bright that the exhibits as a result are not properly or one again must get used to the eye for the look in the bright note, was not so good. Also, many glass Windows reflect such that only through a dense approach to the disc offers a better look.
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  • Basically expect reasonably interesting exhibits. The presentations seem to me rather unloving strung seinerzeitigem after the conversion. Most striking, the very clear reflections of the ceiling lamps are almost all presented images. Furthermore, are without you strong must stoop to small information boards much too deeply attached and sometimes hardly to read or in the knee. It no longer reads as a consequence.
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  • Very interesting Museum for all ages Knight kits and co and one has a very great views over the city from the tower and is not too expensive
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  • The new presentation of the bog body (the man of Bernuthsfeld) is managed - but something could be extensive and multimedia. The Armory is a classic. In the special exhibitions, there is light and shade.
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  • A lavishly equipped Museum, for which you should spend time. The Museum is less suitable for children. The exhibition are designed for adults and therefore rather text-heavy. Playful elements are only a few available. The Armory on the fourth floor is particularly impressive. It is home to a variety of swords, guns and armor. I can only recommend this Museum for a visit. You should allow approximately 2 to 4 hours for the stay in the Museum.
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