Baumberger Sandstone Museum Havixbeck - Treatment of the sandstone and who this did

The museum presents beautiful sculptures and fine masonry. At the same time we try to explain, how these products have been made - and who did it. Fossils in Baumberger sandstone

tell us something about the origin of the stone. Heavy machines and tools from the Hesselmann''s quarry give us idea of the trouble, that the daily work with stone meant for quarrymen and stone masons.

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