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Gasometer Pforzheim, Pforzheim
(4.5/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Great impression, great leadership, overall very impressive, all great moods, is suitable for everyone, if one asks why just a trip to Pforzheim to do, then about panoramic Rome 312
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  • The painting depicts the historical Rome to different times of day and weather conditions in the gasometer. Worth a detour at the Pforzheim visit.
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  • A break in the Rome of the year 312 with surprising perspectives and details - somehow a blend of hidden object and panorama. Exciting and entertaining is the visit to this phenomenal industrial monument always - come and experience itself! Tip: Start at the top and then work their level to level down.
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  • Amazing panoramic exhibit. About an hour is required to see it in detail, maybe longer. I didnt take a tour or show option, just self guided. All text is in English and German.
  • Great exhibition of ancient Rome around the time of emperor Constantine.
  • Is simply super class. Is hammer impressive. Worthwhile in any case. We liked to be just fine.
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  • The exhibition "Rome 312" is just amazing. You have to see the 360 ° image in any case!
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  • You have to see this! Was there twice and will in the spring go back, because one discovers always something new. Recommendation: after the introduction first with the elevator upwards, then downwards.
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