Coal mining is the driving force behind the "Golden Century" of the Ruhr Industrial Revolution-here is a huge (huge!) museum to show you how and why. Explanations in German and English. The only weird thing is that they didn’t show you what happened underground, they only focused on the beautiful superstructure, energy, coal chemistry explanations, etc.-what museum curators today did for their grandparents or let others Are people ashamed of suffering underground? Orwell will love it! So will you. The secondary plots about things we are ashamed of and don't want to talk about in history are very fascinating. (This stage is long past when talking about Nazis or discrimination against blacks in the United States or South Africa, but it seems taboo to describe what happened to underground miners here).
It used to be a coal mine, which was abandoned later. Now it has applied for a successful World Cultural Heritage. It is a representative of the second industrial revolution. Walking in it, you can deeply feel the strength of German industry before. It is worth visiting.
I really think this place is great, it is a very suitable place, I think it is all great.
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