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House of the Brandenburg-Prussian History (photo: Hagen Immel)
Visitors in the museum (photo: Hagen Immel)
Visitors next to the antique vehicle (photo: Hagen Immel)
Tour through the museum (photo: Hagen Immel)
Sightseeing visitors (photo: Hagen Immel)
View into the exhibition "Land and people" photo: Christian.Bimm.Coers)
View into the exhibition "Land and people" photo: Christian.Bimm.Coers)
View into the exhibition "Land and people" photo: Christian.Bimm.Coers)
View into the exhibition "Land and people" photo: Christian.Bimm.Coers)
Exhibit of the "Land and people" exhibition photo: Christian.Bim.Coers)
Discovering the past (photo: Hagen Immel)
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House of the Brandenburg-Prussian History (photo: Hagen Immel)
Visitors in the museum (photo: Hagen Immel)
Visitors next to the antique vehicle (photo: Hagen Immel)
Tour through the museum (photo: Hagen Immel)
Sightseeing visitors (photo: Hagen Immel)
View into the exhibition "Land and people" photo: Christian.Bimm.Coers)
View into the exhibition "Land and people" photo: Christian.Bimm.Coers)
View into the exhibition "Land and people" photo: Christian.Bimm.Coers)
View into the exhibition "Land and people" photo: Christian.Bimm.Coers)
Exhibit of the "Land and people" exhibition photo: Christian.Bim.Coers)
Discovering the past (photo: Hagen Immel)

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House of the Brandenburg-Prussian History

The building formerly used to accommodate the royal carriages and horses ("Kutschstall") in Potsdam´s historic centre provides a living forum for history and culture thanks to its standing exhibition on 900 years of Brandenburg-Prussia. Special art-historical exhibits are presented next to seemingly trivial, yet lively documents of everyday culture - ranging from the smallest object, a rat flea, discovered only through a magnifying glass, to the largest object, an antique vehicle from the 1920s. Alternating special exhibitions, guided tours, and a variety of events in the Kutschstall and courtyard turn the house into a meeting place, a centre for dialogue, recreation, and entertainment.
 
The building formerly used to accommodate the royal carriages and horses ("Kutschstall") in Potsdam´s historic centre provides a living forum for history and culture thanks to its standing exhibition on 900 years of Brandenburg-Prussia. Special art-historical exhibits are presented next to seemingly trivial, yet lively documents of everyday culture - ranging from the smallest object, a rat flea, discovered only through a magnifying glass, to the largest object, an antique vehicle from the 1920s. Alternating special exhibitions, guided tours, and a variety of events in the Kutschstall and courtyard turn the house into a meeting place, a centre for dialogue, recreation, and entertainment.
 
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