"Devices and devices from the historical chalk mining - from raw chalk to ready-to-ship sludge chalk - are exhibited in the open-air area of the local chalk museum. All equipment was recovered from disused quarries, refurbished and now belongs to the museum's mining inventory.
The backdrop for the outdoor exhibition is the approximately 126m high “Kleine Königsstuhl”, which was spared the dismantling and allows a wide view of parts of the island of Rügen. The island of Hiddensee and Stralsund's churches can be seen from its platform in good visibility. The break at its foot with the 16m deep lake creates an atmospheric picture at any time of day or season.
With a little luck, the first fossils can be found in the "digging box" in the outdoor area. "Source: kreidemuseum.de
February 9, 2017
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