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Buddha Museum, Traben-Trarbach

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  • Interesting collection of Buddhas from around Asia. Free entrance if you stay at Parkschloesschen. However, may be boring if Buddhas are not your thing.  more »
  • One of the largest collection of Buddha's with interesting facts from the staff about each statue. Heavenly Place of Peace & tranquility in one of the most beautiful and a serene small town in Germany...  more »
  • We went into the lobby, found out it was 15€ to enter. Yes, they have a fascinating collection of over 2,000 Buddhas, but I have been to many museums and galleries throughout Europe, Asia, and North A...  more »
  • 2000 Buddhas in one museum. The roof garden is also a very nice place to lookout over the Mosel.
  • In the museum are more than 2000 images, of which a few very special. I find there is a very soothing atmosphere and come there like.
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  • Very interesting to see how Buddha da is provided in each country. Just to let
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  • It is a beautiful place with over 4000 objects and images. There are various places to meditate there and drink coffee. You must take time, so that the whole objects can be.
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  • Totally impressed by the variety of styles and details, I spent about two hours there. Also the view from the roof terrace are worth.
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