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Archaeological Museum, Freiburg, Breisgau, Black Forest, Baden Wuerttemberg, Germany

Google Translation: The Archaeological Museum Colombischlössle the Civic Museums of Fribourg. It was established as a museum of prehistory and early history and is in the neo-Gothic mansion on Colombischlössle Rotteckring (built in 1859/61).
The focus of the museum is on the human development of the upper and upper Rhine from the Paleolithic Age to the early Middle Ages. The permanent exhibition presents significant archaeological finds from southern Baden of the oldest works of art to medieval finds. Among the highlights of the exhibition include a Gagatfigürchen the 10th Century BC, Roman glass, including Millefiorischale Dangstetten from the Roman camp, and runic writing documents, such as the rune staff of Neudingen from the 6th Century. In the treasury in the basement of rich jewelery and weapons additions are presented from Alemannic graves Hüfingen (Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis). The finds are a few exceptions, permanent loan from the State of Baden-Wuerttemberg. Models complement clearly reflect the original findings and explain so the living conditions of past eras. The museum offers school children a wide range of museum education offers, which you can try yourself, as in the Stone Age, for example, fire or made ​​clay pots were fired. The firm maintains a reference library of archaeological publications. (Source Wikipedia)
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