Read out Special exhibition "The Archeology of the Horse" from April 10 to October 9, 2005 at the Federseemuseum Bad Buchau In the Paleolithic era, as proven by bones in caves, wild horses were a popular game prey, second only to the reindeer. At the beginning of the Bronze Age, horses were domesticated and revolutionized passenger and goods transport as riding and draft animals.

The Federseemuseum shows the many relationships between horse and man once and now - including works of art and gene data. In the archaeological outdoor area with many replicas of the former houses, visitors have the opportunity to try their hand at spear throwing. Apollo and Filou enliven the scene - two good-sized Exmoor ponies, which are very similar to the ice and post-glacial wild horses.

August Gröber place
88422 Bad Buchau
Entry: ? 4, - (reduced? 3, -)

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