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Nibelungenmuseum Worms, Worms
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  • I confess that I have studied German language and literature and my passion is medieval literature. I then made my final exam of the Nibelungenlied. Therefore, I was looking forward particularly to the Museum in worms, Germany. Especially since me it was clear that one could not score with exhibits. What was offered here but for an entrance fee of € 5.50, was an effrontery. First you have to choose between Richard Wagner and the Nibelungenlied. (HUH??) We chose Wagner, where I (prophetic?) said: then we at least know that you get to listen to good music. Armed with an IPad, you start a metal spiral staircase now the way over in the middle is a meterhoher Cone, which is paved with small images. Sense? I don't know. A very interesting comment about one the Wagnerian works on the basis of a presentation by Frey. Also the five exhibits that you get to see come from this production. The only good thing about the stairs are the small pieces from Fritz Langs Nibelungen. By the way: you call me blank gutless, but the audio commentary stressed "Nibelungen" permanently wrong. (The first syllable is stressed; Niiiiiiiiibelungen...) At some point it is upstairs. The circular route taking advantage, can run you over the walkable city wall and comes to the Nibelungen exhibition. It has opted for Wagner, threatens a here no cognition. There are wooden throne, provided with small pictures and ready. You better enjoy the nice views and then leave the Museum completely pointless. The whole thing is an absolute disgrace, frankly and is probably primarily the rip off of those visitors who arrive at the Nibelungen Festival. Last tip: If you ever get into a Museum, where it leaves the choice between two Themen-decide for... the output!
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  • Between two vestingstorens from the old ramparts of the Holy City of Worms is a main train station decorated with a particularly good audio guide the story, the origin, the abuse and the consequences of the sage.
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  • The truth that is made long visit, many who hear and little dynamic, is a master class of this singing, within the walls. It would seek something more summarized for the rest of the people. If you have time and are ultra interested, okay.
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  • It should be called not Museum. The term "walk-on audiobook" makes it even more, but even this is too little to see. Anything that one could have made not at home on the PC. Only a documentary film to see, I think the entrance cost completely unreasonable.
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  • Class is a great Museum, the phono-Guide! You can run all stations at its own pace, very suitable for children and groups, the multimedia room in the basement very well thought through. Exemplary!
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  • This is not a Museum, there's not really exhibits. Much rather get an iPad mini and a very long video look at it. The problem with this medium is that you can skip anything that appears already known or unimportant in detail. Thus IS 1.5 hours with a tray in hand and are looking at on an iPad mini. May be that this concept a or I am like others, believe that then do better at home to share to the PC via the theme however, here to save even that.
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  • Very interesting modern Museum!
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