Exploring life in the Spreewald
The Open Air Spreewald Museum is a collection of buildings representing several periods of history where visitors can see what life was like—and how it progressed—in this unique corner of Germany near the Polish border. Surrounded some of the many miles of waterways, the museum is probably the most important cultural attraction here, leaving visitors with a good sense of what life was like for the Sorbs, a Slavic minority that thrived here for hundreds of years, through costumes, architecture, stories and videos.
By Zac Steger, AFAR Local Expert
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An der Giglitza 1a, 03222 Lübbenau OT Lehde, Germany
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