The Breadmaking Museum in the historical salt storehouse in Ulm was founded by the entrepreneur Willy Eiselen in 1955 as the first bread museum in the world.
It features a collection of 14,000 objects which document the history of bread, its importance to mankind and its manufacturing process. The exhibits explore the history of bread-making technology and the equipment used, models of all kinds of baked goods and the diverse relationship between bread and art – including why we still to this day use the phrase 'breadless arts'.
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