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Käseglocke is an igloo-shaped house in Worpswede, built in 1926 for Edwin Koenemann to designs by Bruno Taut.
Käseglocke is an igloo-shaped house in Worpswede, built in 1926 for Edwin Koenemann to designs by Bruno Taut. Nicknamed after cheese bell-jars, the house has been preserved over the years and now houses a collection of Worpsweder crafts and furnishing.
Grosse Kunstschau is an art museum displaying works by Worpswede artists with special focus on the works of Expressionist sculptor Bernhard Hoetger
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
Sprawling over 46 hectares of lush greenery, the Rhododendron-Park in Bremen has over 2,500 colorful varieties of rhododendrons and azaleas, the second largest collection of its kind in the world
Standing out in the skyline, the 146 metre high Fallturm Tower is a drop tower at the University of Bremen's Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity that is used for experiments that require conditions of weightlessness
The Universum is a science museum that explores different concepts relating to Technology, Humans and Nature