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Siebengebirgsmuseum, Konigswinter

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  • It is worth if man in the old town is going to this Museum, where the history of this area is really nice,. Referral value.
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  • The seven mountains Museum houses an exhibition of superb images of Rhine romanticism since 2011. You will find many familiar motifs from the region, as well as porcelain and curiosities. In addition, events are offered, such as such as baking bread in the wood-burning oven or wine tasting from the region. It is worth in any case to look at times past.
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  • The seven Mountain Museum offers a "complete view", starting with the geology of the area, about the exploitation of resources of nature already by the Romans until the construction of the Cathedral with the rocks of the Siebengebirge. It added the bow to the end of stone mining and the beginnings of Rhine tourism, its development towards mass tourism and the related construction of the first German rack railway on the Drachenfels. But even of the Vesuch of installing a Rhenish Republic in 1923 and later denigration by the Nazis is explored. Pictures of the Rhine landscape between Jacob and Anton Diezler are shown in a special exhibition (until 8.5.2016) up-to-date. Who is in Königswinter, should visit this Museum really worth seeing! A special tip: On Sundays at 12 noon a roughly one-hour guided tour is offered free of charge through the Museum.
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  • My home :)
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  • One of the most beautiful museums! Manageable and very carefully put together.
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