Landesmuseum Wuerttemberg

The museum (Landesmuseum Württemberg) presents the finds and features of 300 000 years of human history in the region. The first traces of prehistoric man and the oldest art emerged around 35,000 years ago in the caves of the Alps. The life of Celts, Romans, Alemanni and Franks are dealt with in chronological order. Although this part of Germany was only two centuries a part of the empire, the Romans left an abundance of evidence and information on the life on the edge of the Empire. The collection also targets the artefacts of the Dukes of Württemberg. Among the most famous pieces are the royal crown jewels, the glass collection, the watches of the Renaissance and the Swabian sculptures of the Middle Ages

Museum: Landesmuseum Wuerttemberg
City: Stuttgart
Country: Germany
Address: Schillerplatz 6