The “Museum im Berg” introduces mount Iberg as a former coral reef of the South Sea.
Open since 2008, the centre displays the geological history in three parts and shows a highlight of the European cave archaeology: the “Museum im Berg” introduces mount Iberg as a former coral reef of the South Sea. The msueum is next to the Iberg dripstone cave, which has been a fascinating and famous show cave since 1874. The modern “Museum im Berg” is dedicated to the Bronze Age and a fascinating story of family genealogy that stretches back 3.000 years. It presents sensational findings and research results, a walk-in replica of the cave tomb and tells the story of the life and death of the oldest genetically assignable family in the world - and even their living descendants.
The Knesebeck shaft in Bad Grund
Bad Grund (Harz)
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