Museum der Unerhörten DingeRoland Albrecht talks about his museum.
Museum der Unerhörten DingeAt a time when wishing still helped, there lived a man in a small hut on the Eider river. He was the lock keeper Hannes Dauß. When he wasn't helping boats through the lock, he was playing “Music for a Lock” on his wooden flute – so beautifully that people came from far and wide to listen. As they heard him play they nudged each other and whispered: “Upon my word!” [a play on words in German]
Museum der Unerhörten DingeShort films about alphabet soup
Museum der Unerhörten Dingeor About the telescope that Christopher Columbus used the first time he saw America
Museum der Unerhörten Dingeor About the cat fight