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Crystal Museum in Riedenburg

Crystal Museum in Riedenburg
Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany. Crystal Museum in Riedenburg

Crystal Museum in Riedenburg
According to the inscription on one of the crystals in the Kristallmuseum “God sleeps in the stones, and wakes up in the people!”
In fact, the museum has the world’s biggest bullion of mining crystal (Bergkristallgruppe), weighing 7.8 tons, sized 2 to 3 meters. Brought from America in 1981, this quartz originally found west of Arkansas, was brought to Ridenburg in 1984. Noteworthy, the crystal entered The Guinness Book of Records.
Riedenburg is a German town in the district of Kelheim, in Bavaria, situated on the river Altmuhl.

Crystal Museum in Riedenburg
Exhibition in the Crystal Museum in Riedenburg. Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany

Crystal Museum in Riedenburg

Crystal Museum in Riedenburg
Agate beads and stones
Crystal Museum in Riedenburg
Jewellery pieces of amber
Crystal Museum in Riedenburg
Decorations of amethyst
Crystal Museum in Riedenburg
Beryl. Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Beautiful carnelian exhibited in Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Chrysocolla large gem stone and decorations
Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Chrysolite gem, beads and earrings. Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Chrysoprase. Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Here is the world’s largest collection of tourmalines, ranked in the 1995 Guinness World Records
Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Jasper. Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Jasper red beads and gems. Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Kalkidan, gem and a set of jewelry pieces. Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Layout of Manhattan NYC of tourmaline, weighing 23.7 kg. The collection is in the Guinness Book of Records
Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Marie Antoinette’s earrings, 38 carats
Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Pendant, presented to Catherine the Second by Count Orlov, 189.6 carats
Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Pure quartz, traditionally – rock crystal. Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Rubin. Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Smoky quartz. Kristallmuseum Riedenburg, Germany
Violet of iron, weighing 400 kg, was brought from the Rio Grande (Brazil)
Amethyst (Violet iron), weighing 400 kg, was brought from the Rio Grande (Brazil)

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