Digital visualization of the copper mine

Digital visualization of the copper mine

Unfortunately, the outside buildings, including the winding tower, offices and workshops, were completely destroyed after World War II. In order to give visitors the most realistic insight into everyday work in the copper mine, old black and white photos and plans show how the copper ore was mined during the last mining period from 1938-1944, including the immediate surroundings, the headframe, the surrounding outbuildings and the underground galleries digitally reconstructed. In a short video, the work processes during the last dismantling period are clearly presented to the interested audience.

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Provision of audio guides

At the museum, visitors can borrow an audio guide that allows them to experience the tour in 5 different languages ​​- Luxembourgish, German, French, English and Dutch. At a total of 12 stations, visitors receive explications about the Our Nature Park, the geology in the Ösling, the Stolzembourg slate, the various test tunnels, the main minerals and ore mining. The video shown in the museum can also be watched by visitors in their language.