Museum of Archaeology and History in Elblag, Elblag

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  • During your stay you can visit the Elbląg Museum depicting the various exhibits from the history of the city's past, reconstructions of interiors, etc., an interesting exhibition about the Vikings and the city of Truso and very good multimedia story-history of exposure.
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  • Well worth a visit once, no major exhibitions, but you should visit while in Elbląg. Friendly service and attractive prices.
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  • The Archaeological Museum of Elblag is a good example of how you can create very having little available. Let me explain. Available to curators there is very little. Some find the Viking age and the many twentieth-century materials coming from family life. Nothing really remarkable. The overall appearance is assumed though value thanks to a fine. The theme of the ruins (the territory was repeatedly looted and destroyed) enhances what is usually hidden, i.e. the weakness a people and a territory periodically raped and invaded. So then the exhibits have fallen within a contended made of rubble, ground stones, smoke and dust. Very nice 3D projection and hologram that involves the visitor on a journey that comes from Roman times until today, educating the Viewer on a journey of how a territory can survive centuries of devastation. Congratulations to the creators.
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