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OTTER Knife Manufactory, Solingen, Germany

OTTER Knife Manufactory, Solingen, Germany

Great to visit OTTER Messer, Knife Manufactory in Solingen since 1840. Solingen is the centre for the manufacture of sharp blades, knives and scissors in Germany with a great industrial heritage beginning in the 13th century. It was super impressing to see how a knife goes through so many hands...

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Ott Pausersche Silverware Factory, Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany

Ott Pausersche Silverware Factory, Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany

We love to visit industrial heritage museums like the incredible museum ‚Ott Pausersche Factory‘. From 1820 to 1979 they manufactured silverware like chandeliers, beakers, bowls and teapots. All steps from tool engraving, embossing, refining, galvanzing to polishing were made inhouse. The factory was left in its original condition with its...

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Button City Lüdenscheid, Germany

Button City Lüdenscheid, Germany

Nice to visit the button exhibition in the "Historic Museum Lüdenscheid / Geschichtsmuseum Lüdenscheid" on the heritage of button making. Lüdenscheid was long considered "button city". From about 1785 until after the Second World War, the production of metal buttons was one of the most important economic sectors. Lüdenscheid buttons...

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Museum for Weapon Manufactory, Suhl, Germany

Museum for Weapon Manufactory, Suhl, Germany

Great to visit te Museum for Weapon Manufactory in Suhl. The collection represents the almost 600-year history of the Suhler arms production and engraving artisans. The engravers are famous for extremely elaborate hand engravings of hunting weapons and handguns. Super impressive to see most delicate Damscening work and fine engravings....

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Historic Center for Textile History, Wuppertal, Germany

Historic Center for Textile History, Wuppertal, Germany

This time we visited Wuppertal, from around 1850 the centre of industrial revolution in textile industry, called 'the Manchester of Germany'. Hand crafts and home work were replaced by factory work on the new invented spinning and weaving machines powered by steam engines. The "Historic Center / Historisches Zentrum Wuppertal"...

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