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Spengler-Museum

Sangerhausen

Steppenelefant

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Spengler-Museum shows in several parts of the exhibition something about the geology and natural history of the area Goldene Aue situated between Südharz and Kyffhäuser with its flora and fauna, fossils from the Ice Aga with the important finding places Edersleben and Voigtstedt and archaeological findings from the district from the Stone Age to the Middle Ages. And the local history from the Middle Ages up to the present time is shown. The attraction of Spengler-Museum is a nearly complete skeleton of an elephant which lived in a steppe that was dug in a gravel pit in Edersleben between 1930 and 1932.
A special part of the exhibition concentrates on the artist Einar Schleef (1944-2001) born in Sangerhausen. Einar Schleef was one of the most important artists of the 20th century. He worked as a stage director, painter and stage designer and as author and writer.

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