Category: Museums

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Shipwreck Museum Terschelling

The "wreck museum" is located on the island of Terschelling. Now, with the name museum you can sometimes think of a drowsy situation with dull paintings, but this museum is different.

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Louwman Museum The Hague

If you're in The Hague… why don't you go to the Louwman Museum? The most beautiful cars are here in the museum, which opened in 2010. From a kind of driving swan, to a TFord and a collection of CANAM cars.

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Aviation Museum Aviodrome

A visit to the Aviodrome Aviation Museum is always good to have a look around to see if there's anything new. Honestly, not “my” kind of museum. All super sleek, new, shiny. So if you like that.. go! If you're more into rust, rotten and old… (something I like better myself)… nah.

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Technology Museum Sinsheim and Speyer

Well… they are officially called a museum, but to be honest… you should see it more as a huge collection of everything that has anything to do with technology (and sometimes not)….

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Aircraft exhibition Hermeskeil

In Hermeskeil we came across a wonderfully quiet aviation museum that is privately operated. Nice thing is, that there are some other things than the standard stuff that we encounter everywhere else.

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Technikmuseum Magdeburg

In Magdeburg there is still a very old and beautiful Technology Museum with primarily old DDR stuff. It is located in an old foundry where armored steel was once cast for tanks and the like.

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Wernigerode ww2 subcamp - cover name "Richard"

The former forced labor camp KZ-Außenlager Wernigerode (alias “Richard”) was built shortly after the start of the Second World War. In this labor camp (which was an annex of camp Buchenwald) on the Veckenstedter Strasse are four originally preserved barracks and a watchtower.

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IFA Museum Nordhausen

The IFA (Industrieverband Fahrzeugbau) existed in the former GDR. That was the umbrella organization of the East German motorcycle and car industry. Under the name IFA, passenger cars, trucks, agricultural vehicles as well as motorcycles and (moped) bicycles were produced in the GDR. And it was primarily in Nordhausen that agricultural vehicles were made.

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Neon Museum Warschau

In Warsaw, there is a real Neon museum. Now, neon lighting itself is beautiful to look at, but the story behind Neon + Warsaw makes it all the more interesting.

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