Deutsches Museum Yard

The entrance yard of the Deutsches Museum in Monaco, Germany, founded in 1903 by the engineer Oscar von Miller. Just in front you can see a Francis turbine and on the right a Pelton turbine. Both were used in hydroeletric plants.

Copyright: Cristian Marchi
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Resolution: 10128x5064
Uploaded: 14/10/2012
Updated: 19/09/2014


Tags: museum; yard; deutsches; turbine; science; engineering; hydroeletric; hydraulic
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