The birthplace of one the most influential German scholars of the 19th century, the Karl Marx House in Trier is among Germany's most important historical museums.
Germany's oldest film museum is located in the magnificent Marstall building of the old city palace, which is currently being rebuilt.
In this Heidelberg museum you can discover the many sides of the extraordinary Carl Bosch, famous for the Haber-Bosch process for ammonia synthesis.
Within the walls of Hamburg's warehouse district, covering an area of 4,000m², this miniature world is open to visitors 365 days a year.
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.
According to Goethe himself, he was born "on the stroke of twelve" on 28 August 1749. Today the Goethe House and Goethe Museum stand on the site of the house in Grosser Hirschgraben where he was born, which has been faithfully restored.
The Albrecht Dürer House is one of the most visited sights in the city, offering a fascinating insight into the life of the 16th century German Renaissance artist.
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