Links of high interest:

Sunken worlds become visible: the reconstructed Lake Dwellings at Unteruhldingen.
www.pfahlbauten.de

Find more interesting information on the website of the Association Palafitte, and how you can support the UNESCO World Heritage Candidature:
www.palafittes.org

A detailed Online Special about the Stone Age Experiment documented by SWR.de, the ARD Television Channel:
www.swr.de

 

Please direct your inquiries to:

Pfahlbaumuseum Unteruhldingen Bodensee
Freilichtmuseum und Forschungsinstitut

Fon 0049 (0) 7556 92890-0
Fax 0049 (0) 7556 92890-10
Strandpromenade 6
88690 Uhldingen-Mühlhofen, Ortsteil Unteruhldingen
mail@pfahlbauten.de

Press Releases for download:

7/21/2011 WORLD HERITAGE PILE DWELLING
A new pile dwelling emerges in Unteruhldingen at Lake Constance
Seven World Heritage sites are presented
> pdf-version
6/27/2011 The Pile Dwellings are World Heritage
Interview with PD Dr. Gunter Schoebel, Director of the Lake Dwelling Museum at Unteruhldingen
> pdf-version
6/27/2011 UNESCO Statement of Outstanding value
> pdf-version
6/8/2011 Naturally - mobile already 5000 years ago
> pdf-version

Press photos on this page may be used free of charge together with naming the Lake Dwelling Museum Unteruhldingen and under indication of the copyright.

Please forward a copy of any reprint.

Bronze Age pile field Bronze Age pile field
Unteruhldingen-Stollenwiesen
© Pfahlbaumuseum/G. Schoebel
UU_Stollenwiesen.tif
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Reconstruction of Bronze Age Pile Dwellings Reconstruction of Bronze Age Pile Dwellings at the Open Air Museum in Unteruhldingen
© Pfahlbaumuseum/A. Mende
UU_bronzezeitliche_Pfahlbauten.tif
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digging for antiquities Wendelin Knecht with relatives „digging for antiquities“ at the bay of Bodman (1903)
© Archiv Pfahlbaumuseum
Bodman_Wendelin_Knecht.tif
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Bronze Age Oakwood wheel Bad Buchau Find of a Bronze Age Oakwood wheel in Bad Buchau (1937)
© Pfahlbaumuseum/H. Duerr
Bad_Buchau_bronzezeitliches_Rad.tif
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Reconstruction of the Hornstaad House at the Lake Dwelling Museum Unteruhldingen, demolished in 2009 by a storm
© Pfahlbaumuseum/F. Schulz-Friese
Rekonstruktion_Hornstaadhaus.tif
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Reconstructed houses of the Stone and Bronze Age at the Lake Dwelling Museum Unteruhldingen at Lake Constance Reconstructed houses of the Stone and Bronze Age at the Lake Dwelling Museum Unteruhldingen at Lake Constance
© Pfahlbaumuseum
Pfahlbauten_Unteruhldingen.tif
File size: 12 MB, 300 dpi
Stone Age drilling machine Visitors at the Lake Dwelling Museum are testing a Stone Age drilling machine
© Pfahlbaumuseum/F. Mueller
Steinzeit-Bohrmaschine.tif
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grinding grain to flower like in the stone age Young visitors are grinding grain to flower with „Uhldi” like in the Stone Age
© Pfahlbaumuseum/F. Mueller
Mehl_malen_mit_Uhldi.tif
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Students Project: One Day at the Stone Age Student Project: „One Day at the Stone Age”: How did pile dwellers till their fields?
© Pfahlbaumuseum/G. Schoebel
PM_Steinzeit_Projekt.tif
File size: 1.6 MB, 300 dpi
Pile Dwellings in Ganvie, Benin, West Afrika Pile Dwellings in Ganvie, Benin, West Afrika
© Pfahlbaumuseum/G. Schoebel
Pfahlbau_Benin.tif
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