The Bismarck-Museum is located in the beautiful Saxon Forest in Friedrichsruh, where the sovereign used to live. Many ... More
The Bismarck-Museum is located in the beautiful Saxon Forest in Friedrichsruh, where the sovereign used to live. Many interesting keepsakes and gifts are on display here. You can visit Bismarck' study, where letters in which he admits people as freemen and other important documents are laid out. Historic photographs and pictures convey an image of the sentiment at the time of Bismarck's term of office and illustrate what the region looked like back then. A visit can ideally be combined with a walk through the forest or a stop at one of the nice restaurants and cafes here. Bismarck's mausoleum is also open to the general public. It is easily reached on foot from here.
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Museum der Arbeit is mainly concerned with the way in which life and work has changed over the last 150
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