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Archaeological Museum Hamburg

This museum is an archaeological museum located in Hamburg, Germany. It houses the archaeological finds of the city of Hamburg and the neighboring districts to the south of the city. It focuses on northern German prehistory and early history as well as the history of the old city of Harburg. The museum is also home to the commission of the city of Hamburg's cultural heritage icons.

Exhibition With over 2.5 million objects, the museum has the largest collection of prehistoric finds. The exhibition mostly features local examples from the Paleolithic and Neolithic periods, the Bronze and Iron Ages, the Migration Period and the Early Middle Ages in northern Germany. It is structured in the following subject areas: material, food, violence, death, innovation and mobility. In more than 160 glass showcases, models and large exhibits represent all aspects of human cultural development over the past 40,000 years. Admission is 6 Euro


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