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Muzeum Archeologiczne, Gdansk

(3.7/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • Suitable for the older history of the region. The exhibits were interesting, but none of the the Red wire between them was not. Especially good was the history of the exhibition, where the shoes were on display, including Gdansk found medieval shoes.
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  • This is not a great museum, at least not anymore. The exhibitions are old, and quite outdated. If you are a bit morbid, though (like me), some of the skulls and bones with diseases and old wounds migh...  more »
  • One of the few contemporary equipped museums in the Tri-City-highly recommended! Really interesting the exhibition tells us about the Danzig and the surrounding area.
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  • Interesting collection with some interactive displays.
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  • Plenty to see
  • Watching "live" objects with more than a dozen tysięćy years-an unforgettable experience. Knowing that they were the same people as we are, but in what other world makes the creeps. And that can be a small fraction of this world experience-imagine how there was-not by the illustrations in ksiązkach-but in the most authentic, 100% real way-see live and in the imagination ... ... the tragic fight stone age hunters with frontloader before 11tyś years ... the victim of the bronze age ... ... the leaden valuable gifts of the deep ties between our ancestors with współplemiencami , members of the families. ... and hundreds of other souvenirs of the people who lived at times as far away from our, so other and us contemporary foreign that is commonly used to identify these people "cavemen", "original". After seeing the exposure it dawned on me that they were people the same as you and me, except that they live in days ... see yourself as then was) I gave 5 stars, however, the presentation of the exhibits is as archaeological as they themselves-out of context the numbered items in the display cases, zero interactivity-exhibition from the 70s. For those interested in interesting exposure, however, must bring acquired previously knowledge of the łowcach Paleolithic or early Neolithic farmers, etc. to feel the importance of the finds. For the layman, this will be typically a collection of boring, gray shells, pebbles and bones arranged in rows on the shelves and numbered in the way curious little because not elegant no emotion and deprive the element of mystery. But most emphatically-it is worth
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