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The Knesebeck shaft in Bad Grund

The Knesebeck shaft in Bad Grund

Bad Grund

“Glückauf” (good luck) in Bad Grund: The Knesebeck shaft belongs to the mine “Hilfe Gottes” in Bad Grund, which was closed down as recently as 1992, the last ore mine in the Upper Harz Mountains.

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Mining Experience Röhrigschacht Wettelrode

Mining Experience Röhrigschacht Wettelrode

Sangerhausen / Wettelrode

The “Röhrigschacht” is one of the few historic mines which provide an operational man-hoist shaft.

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Show Mine Büchenberg

Show Mine Büchenberg

Oberharz am Brocken OT Elbingerode

50m below ground, visitors learn everything about ore mining of the past 20th century.

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The 19-Lachter tunnel (mine)

The 19-Lachter tunnel (mine)

Wildemann

The 19-Lachter tunnel was once one of the most important facilities of the Upper Harz silver mines.

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Schacht Kaiser Wilhelm II

Schacht Kaiser Wilhelm II

Clausthal-Zellerfeld

The above-ground facilities of the shaft Kaiser Wilhelm II, once a central hoisting and man-hoist shaft of the lead and zinc ore mining in Clausthal-Zellerfeld, prove that with the foreseeable end of the...

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The Upper Harz Mining Museum

The Upper Harz Mining Museum

Clausthal-Zellerfeld

Founded in 1892, the oldest mining museum in Germany has one of the most extensive collections of technological and cultural history in the region.

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Samson Mine

Samson Mine

Sankt Andreasberg

The former Silver mine Samson (Grube Samson), is one of Germany's most important mountain monuments.

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Metallurgy and Technology Museum

Metallurgy and Technology Museum

Ilsenburg

The exhibition is about the local history of Ilsenburg and the historical development of the metallurgical industry.

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