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Nebra Ark Visitor Centre
The Nebra Ark at the discovery site of the Nebra Sky Disc takes you along into an era 3,600 years ago. A multimedia presentation reveals the exciting secrets of the Sky Disc, and visitors can explore the Bronze Age universe in the planetarium.
The Mittelberg
The Mittelberg
Probably the disc was not only buried on the Mittelberg 3,600 years ago, but also used as an astronomical device. The mountain plateau provided visibility to landmarks which could be used as calendar aids with the help of position of the sun.
Goseck Solar Observatory
Goseck Solar Observatory
The 7,000 year-old “circular enclosure” at Goseck is Europe’s oldest observatory – even older than Stonehenge. Strange acoustics, which possibly may have effectively supported ritual acts, prevail inside the palisades.
Langeneichstädt dolmen goddess
Langeneichstädt dolmen goddess
Visit a burial site from the Middle Neolithic period. In addition to huge blocks of stone, the builders also used a stele with an engraved female deity. Related depictions of this dolmen goddess are also found in France, among other places.
The State Museum of Prehistory in Halle
The State Museum of Prehistory in Halle
It is among the most important archaeological museums in Europe. Spectacular finds are presented in impressive productions. The unique Nebra Sky Disc is the gem among the treasures.
The Sky Paths
Let yourself be carried away on a journey in a bygone era. The Sky Paths combine four archaeologically significant sites which can be explored. The history of mankind was written here.
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