Jewelry Museum (Schmuckmuseum), Pforzheim

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  • The widest collection of jewelry around the world (in my opinion). The former Director of the Museum, Dr. Fritz Falk, has compiled a comprehensive collection of all time - by old Egypt until the modern era with his enormous expertise. In addition, there are private exhibitions of tribal jewelry from several parts of the world (look in the Internet).
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  • This museum is a must for all lovers of watches and jewelry. The historical collection dates back to 3000 BC. Here particularly to note the ring collection and the collection of clocks Weber. The ethnographic collection brings one into other worlds. The archaic forms return the visitor into the origins of mankind. The couple Herion of much foreign travel has put together the collection. The contemporary collection gives a great insight into the jewelry art of the 20th century. Further are worth a visit 2-3 x a year held special exhibition and the exhibition of Pforzheim's jewellery industry. There is also the art club Pforzheim with a very special philosophy of the exhibition in the House. The building is also an experience. It was created by Lembruck in the 50s of the 20th century. The surrounding park do lust to the cast in the floodplains of the Nagold and the "gateway to the Black Forest".
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  • The Museum is interesting in the city jewels and gold in Germany. Traces the history of jewelry affordable to do if you are
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