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The German Museum Showing a Wide Range of Invaluable Historic sand Artifacts

Deutsches Museum or the German Museum is over an islet in the Isar River, in the center of Munich. It is the biggest hi-tech museum of its class in the planet. Its enormous compilation of invaluable historic and original artifacts consisting of the first automobile by Benz, the first diesel engine, the lab worktable where the atom was first split by Hahn Strassmann, in 1938, and the first electric dynamo by Siemens. There are thousands of keys to push, gears to turn, and levers to crank, in addition to well-informed, English-speaking employees to reply questions and show how vapor pumps, engines, or historical musical mechanisms work.

Between the most admired exhibits are those on removal, with a series of model salt, iron, and coal mines, in addition to the electric power vestibule, with high-voltage exhibits that in point of fact creates lightning. There are also displays on photography, printing, textiles, transportation, and several others activities, plus the paper-making and glass-blowing displays. The space and air hall is the biggest in the museum. A hall for ultra-modern displays, microelectronics, automation, telecommunications, and computer science is also extremely fascinating. The museum's astronomy display demonstrates how this science expanded from its most basic beginnings to its present status and is the biggest stable astronomy display in Europe. A museum store and a good quality restaurant are on the site.

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