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Museum fuer Sepulkralkultur, Kassel
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  • Museum of funeral services. Interesting. Informative. Twist Disney cartoons about skeletons. Interesting. Admission is 6 euros.
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  • It is not for everyone. It is basically a museum about death. How other cultures deal with it. There were grave markers, different styles of vehicles associated with funerals. Dress and trinkets that ...  more »
  • Visiting Kassel, there still the Museum about the "cult" of dying and how it is practiced in various cultures Park Wilhelmstr height and the Brothers Grimm Museum next to the right next door. It is a small concise exhibition requires approximately 1 hour time. It gives interesting insights into this subject under the aspect of various orientations of faith and cultural backgrounds.
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  • A unique experience to address funeral death and culture. You gain an insight into the various things, customs, and objects relating to the death and the inter. We had a public leadership, which was really great. It is highly recommended, so even inconspicuous things are very exciting and interesting explained and shown. You should take quiet time to read also the descriptions of the many things the little modern used in the scene. A visit is worthwhile in any case.
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  • A Museum of a different kind, but highly recommended for children, the subject of death and dying is very good here picked up and shows.
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  • A really different museum not to be missed.
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  • The Outlook objects are good... But I had the feeling there is something missing.
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  • Death is displaced mostly out of consciousness, while nobody can escape it. Interesting how the deal with him is changed in the course of time and the funeral rites also. Highly interesting subject, factually very well prepared and presented.
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