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The changing German Maritime Museum

The German Maritime Museum is in transition. As a Leibniz Institute, it makes its research work visible with new exhibition concepts. read on

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360° POLARSTERN – Virtual research experience at home

The 360-degree videos, which were previously only shown on site in the exhibition, are now also...read more

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Museum from the home office

Working temporarily in a home office is a challenge. How does a museum work digitally? What is...read more

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Maritime literature suggestions in the Corona period

Unser Bibliotheksteam hat einige Literaturtipps in der Corona-Zeit für Sie! #wirbleibenzuhauseread more

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Cog in a box

The "cog in a box" - under this motto, primary school pupils from Bremerhaven at the...read more

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The Future Weekend at DSM

The German Maritime Museum sets off for new shores - and takes its visitors* with it on its...read more

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The changing German Maritime Museum

The German Maritime Museum is in transition. As a Leibniz Institute, it makes its research work...read more

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GRÖNLAND family festival - 150 years of German research shipping

150 years ago the polar research vessel GRÖNLAND returned to Bremerhaven from the first German...read more

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Foyer exhibition on tides at the DSM

In our foyer we currently show an exhibition about tides. What is the significance of...read more

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METEOR II - the model of a research vessel in the DSM

In loose succession we present objects that will play an important role in the future...read more

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The logbook of a whaler

In loose succession we present objects that will play an important role in the future...read more

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Foyer exhibition on whaling (2)

Did you know that the harpoon gun heralded the beginning of modern whaling and its consequences...read more

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Tide Calculator

The tide calculator of 1915 was able to predict ebb and flow. The importance of tide...read more

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Foyer exhibition at the DSM on whaling

How were whales caught and processed into consumer goods and what role did it play for industry...read more

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Man and sea: ships and maritime technologies

The DSM is being rebuilt. Find out in advance which themes and objects will be shown in the new...read more

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