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{Germany} If I had a hammer…

August 17, 2012


“If the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail.” (Abraham Maslow, 1908-1970, American psychologist) If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you probably know by now that I have a liking for unusual and curious museums. So when someone mentioned there was a Hammer Museum in Frankfurt, I just had to go and seek it out. The Hammer Museum is another one of these cases where some would argue, when is a museum a […]

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Bread Museums

August 8, 2012


This past week I’ve been experimenting with baking flavoured bread. And you know me, I immediately had to look whether there are any bread museums around the world. I was surprised to discover what a popular topic it seems to be! Germany alone apparently has at least four bread museums, including the Europäisches Brotmuseum (European Bread Museum) in Ebergötzen and the Museum der Brotkultur (Museum of Bread Culture) in Ulm, which claims to be the world’s oldest bread museum. I also found information on bread […]

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