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Das Engels-Haus ist ein sehr schönes, repräsentatives Fachwerkhaus im Stil des bergischen Spätbarocks mit Schieferfassaden und grünen Schlachläden an den Fenstern. Es ist eines von mehreren Häusern de... read more »The Angel House is a very nice representative timber-frame house in the style of the Bergische Baroque style with slate facades and green Schlachläden on the Windows. It is one of several houses of the Angel family. The building can be visited by appointment from Tuesday to Sunday between 10 and 18: 00. There is an exhibition on the biography of Friedrich Engels, who grew up in this House in the adjoining Museum of early industrialization. Attention, the Angel House will be closed soon because of renovation work for a few years! It would please me if my small contribution of experience could be something useful to you.show original
Engels in evi ve babasının müze olmuş fabrikası görülmeye değer. Tekstil makinaları hala çalışıyor ve müze görevlileri size herseyi tek tek anlatıp makinaları çalışıyor. Ev de ise Engels ve Marks ın k... read more »Engels in his parents ' home was factory Museum worth a visit. Textile machines still works and the Museum attendants tell you everything he works on individual machines. The House is Engels and Marx in books should be seen handwritten notesshow original
После посещения музея ранней индустриализации, нас спросили, хотим ли мы увидеть дом Энгельсов. Почему бы не посмотреть, решили мы, тем более что это входит в стоимость билета. Посещение проходило нем... read more »After visiting the Museum of early industrialization, we were asked whether we want to see the House Èngel′sov. Why not take a look, we decided, especially since it is included in the ticket price. The visit was a bit strange: the young lady held us otperla House and said, "look." You can see several rooms, with recreated the interiors of the late 19 beginning 20 centuries. This House belonged to Uncle Friedrich Engels, the House where he was born and lived for some time, Friedrich Engel, has not been preserved, if you cross the square, you will find a stone with a sign in his place.show original
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