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Owner description: We invite you to see over 3.500 minerals, gemstones and meteorites from five continents presented in the historical setting of the Freudenstein Castle. At terra mineralia, a...
moreOwner description: We invite you to see over 3.500 minerals, gemstones and meteorites from five continents presented in the historical setting of the Freudenstein Castle. At terra mineralia, a permanent exhibition of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg, the treasures of famous deposits in Asia, America, Africa, Australia and Europe are displayed on three floors. No matter how old you are or whether you are a scientist, a mineral collector or a tourist - the terra mineralia will amaze everyone. In KRÜGERHAUS, the TU Bergakademie Freiberg, presents a permanent exhibition of minerals from German sources that crowns the terra mineralia exhibition in Freudenstein Castle. Next to the castle you can also visit the Mineralogical Collection Germany at the KRÜGERHAUS. Beautiful and fascinating treasures from Germany await visitors from near and far: Curls of silver from Freiberg, gems from the Vogtland region, petal-like pieces of barite from the Sauerland region, green pyromorphite from Bad Ems, raspberry coloured rhodochrosite from the Siegerland region, beautiful pyrolusite from the Black Forest, honey-golden fluorite from the Oberpfalz, big halite cubes from Thuringia and filigree gypsum crystals from Saxony-Anhalt.
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