Museum of Ethnography, Hamburg
Rothenbaumchaussee 63 b, 22175 Hamburg, Germany
Hamburg Museum of Ethnography is one of the largest ethnographic museums in Europe. It was founded in 1879 by businessmen Hamburg -based small ethnographic collection. Today museum's collection includes three hundred fifty thousand exhibits from all parts of the world, as well as about four hundred thousand historical and ethnographic photographs depicting the history of art and culture of different nations. In the collection there are exhibits from Africa, America, Australia, Europe, Indonesia and the South Seas. The museum often hosts numerous events such as open discussions, festivals, film screenings, lectures, making it a living center of the intersection of different cultures. In the rooms of the museum regularly Fair peoples, where you can purchase products manufactured here skilled craftsman from different countries, and even watch the process of making them.