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Germany: World Exhibition Of Minerals
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Published: 14.11.2011

Last weekend in October was held in Munich, Germany's largest comprehensive exhibition of minerals, fossils and jewellery in the world. In the four halls thousands of guests have the opportunity to see mineral crystals smaller than a pinhead, but also vast as an adult. They could see the prehistoric world full of dinosaurs through a complete finding Archeopterixe, eleventh in the world.

Kids can also enjoy it. They could wash gold or find a shark tooth from the distant past. Infoglobe was there and now brings you through pictures look at the natural beauty of this (not) live show.

Text and photo: Oskar Mažgút

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