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Kettenschmiede Museum und Fröndenberger Trichter
Germany
Das Kettenschmiedemuseum in Fröndenberg/Ruhr entstand in dem ehemaligen Magazingebäude der Papierfabrik Himmelmann. Es wurde innerhalb von drei Jahren errichtet und am 9. Mai 1999 eröffnet. Zur Ausstattung zählt ein Schmiedefeuer aus dem Jahre 1910, das in der Ruhrland Kettenfabrik Wilhelm Prünte eingesetzt wurde. Es zeigt die handwerkliche Herstellung von Ketten, wie sie früher durch Kettenschmiede ausgeführt wurde.
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Uploaded: 04/06/2013
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