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Voelklinger-Huette, Voelklingen

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  • The Völklinger Hütte is a fascinating industrial monument, all very impressive. When you consider that 10,000 people have... worked there just 30 years ago Be sure to go! The changing lineups (here: BUDDAH) should not be missed.
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  • We came, me and my daughter to visit the steel. We knew, however, that a temporary exhibition of Buddha would be proposed to us and so planned necessary to take advantage of all time. The site is impressive and his visit to us well dive us into the universe of this former factory (with headphone port, we could climb to the top and get a very good view). Nevertheless the tracing of the route and especially the explanations are to be reviewed. We get lost between the temporary exhibition and the site. We wanted to put a priority on the site, and have lost too much time in the temporary exhibition certainly very interesting too if you want to watch more of 200 statues of Buddhas... The site visit is actually done through a gateway in another building well than there is already blowers in the first building, so is believed to be in the right place. For the temporary exhibition there is a small film in several languages in a pleasant room where the can s sit and where it's not too cold. For the plant there is apparently also a video but when we l finally found us n had more time to look at because had to wait another 30 minutes to see french and us n have more time to visit the site. The video is in the factory in full current of air (in February that n is not very pleasant for an explanatory movie quietly). L having missed, so I couldn't tell if he was bringing a lot to the tour, but I can't imagine it being very comprehensive given the place where viewing takes place with a small bench in front of the screen. In the first building there are a few digital screens with explanations on Unesco and l ' factory of its creation to the present day but everything is very succinct I m expecting something much more complete. So prepare your visit before coming in looking for the maximum info by you even. If the steel industry n not many secrets for you, you will probably enjoy the course otherwise we stay hungry... The side temporary expo is much better highlighted. Asia photos and Buddhas are also in the second building, as well as a meditative journey, but at the time it s loses again. Tracing is badly done, turn in circles, wasting time that's too bad... When you see the site, want to know everything out and c is unfortunately far from being the case as other people pointed explanations on machines, steel manufacturing, the working conditions of the workers, are very inadequate. Nowadays there is way to much better to make this visit a real enrichment and to make more attractive also for children
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  • a wonderful site with exhibits great both indoors when outside. beautiful walks through a huge site, pay attention to do not go astray!
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