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Science at your fingertips: see how the world works at museums of nature and technology

Those with a passion for nature and technology are spoilt for choice by Germany's fascinating museums. Best of all, many of the exhibitions allow you to learn by doing. So, if you've always wanted to ride on a steam engine, understand how solar technology works or hear whale song, these are the must-see museums for you.

The Technology Museum in Speyer contains the largest exhibition on manned space flights found outside Russia and America.

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The Andernach geyser is situated in the volcanic region of the eastern Eifel. The carbon dioxide that propels the geyser stems from a magma chamber below the young volcanic rock.

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In Xanten in North Rhine-Westphalia , on the site of the former Roman settlement of Colonia Ulpia Traiana, you can go on a journey back in time at Germany's biggest open-air archaeology museum.

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The German Mining Museum in Bochum offers an extensive insight into the significance of mineral resources – from prehistoric times to the modern day.

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The Ozeaneum aquarium in Stralsund is the latest addition to the German Oceanographic Museum.

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The Mildenberg brickworks centre in Brandenburg is one of the preeminent sites of industrial culture in Europe.

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The F60, located in the Lusatia region near Lichterfeld in Brandenburg , looks like the Eiffel tower lying prone across the landscape.

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The Dornier Museum in Friedrichshafen shows what makes the phenomenon of flight so fascinating.

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