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Gasometer Pforzheim, Pforzheim

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Reviews
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  • For young & old! Gastronomy is also very good and recommended for large and small appetites between meals.
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  • Very interesting - new experience. Even the children (between 13 and 16) liked it. After 45 minutes it was enough then.
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  • Although the admission is not cheap, it's worth visiting once. in the entrance, one is voted an overwhelming impression on the upcoming Panorama with explanatory panels and images, then the entrance to Panorama, accompanied by music and lighting simulation day and night. You must be enjoying the view of the different levels and work on, and believes then that man really is in Rome.
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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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