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Karl-May-Museum Radebeul, Radebeul
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Who is Karl May and the culture of the Indians interessiert...okay...ganz nice... Not really justified, I think only the price performance ratio. 8 euro per person... and if you take photos again 2 euros want.
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  • you enter inside and is in you the baby's soul, sparkles in the eyes of you and the head of the wife and memories of reading materials and films with Fictional and Old Shatterhandem. you walk and you see at once more than mere adventure ... for a photo shoot, admission is quite cheap ...
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  • The Museum is interesting and beautifully constructed. However, the value for money I believe is not fully seated. Particularly, since you would have to pay an additional two euros for photographing, this may make only without the Flash and then in a rather dark building.
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  • Was my first place to visit on my first trip to Europe.
  • A small sized museum. Mainly for kids.
  • The Karl May Museum keeps and displays Native American scalps -- actual flesh and hair from humans. These sacred items must be returned to the Tribes immediately. This is a violation of Tribal rights and traditions. The museum has not yet returned these sacred remains, but international pressure is growing against the museum to comply with the wishes of the Tribes.
  • It was a little bit disappointed. My childhood memories have to expect more. But quite suitable for a little trip with family.
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  • Great Museum unfortunately just in my opinion overpriced as regards admission, you can see only 2 houses and a small hotel grounds.
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