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The 17th century Schönebeck Castle is the only surviving aristocratic residence in Bremen, a well-preserved fachwerk building now housing a museum tracing the history of the Vegesack area..
The 17th century Schönebeck Castle is the only surviving aristocratic residence in Bremen, a well-preserved fachwerk building now housing a museum tracing the history of the Vegesack area.
Im Dorfe, Bremen 28757, Germany
The Harbour Museum traces the history of the Bremen Harbour and German maritime traditions
The Walkiefer at Vegesacker harbour is a blue bronze replica of the original jaw of a 24 metre long whale that was kept here
The Museumsmuhle Hasbergen is a museum dedicated to the historic water mill on the site
Norddeutsches Vogelmuseum is dedicated to Central European birds, with dioramas recreating the landscapes they inhabit such as the 14 metre long Hammeniederg on the eastern edge of Osterholz-Scharmbeck, the red cliffs of Helgoland Lummenfelsens, and Wadden Sea mud flats at Wesermündung which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Museum für Schifffahrt und Torfabbau displays a collection of historic boats that were once common in Teufelsmoor for transporting peat from the marshes
Der Rufer is a 3 metre high bronze sculpture of a caller, with his hands around his mouth, shouting into the air