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In a medieval-style vaulted cellar - directly below the showroom - visitors can receive an insight into 3,000 years of history chronometer technology.
The exhibition shows early elementary clocks (sun, sand and water clocks) from pre-Christian times, first medieval wheel clocks, and numerous artfully crafted pocket clocks of the beginning of the modern era as well as copies of the 20th Century.
For more information about the clock museum, visit the website of jeweler Lorenz. For a second panorama of this clock museum, please visit panoshot.