Student projects "Life in the Stone Age" in the Lake Dwelling Museum Unteruhldingen
|The projects relate to the current TV-Project of the SWR „Stone Age. The Experiment – life as it was 5000 years ago”, which will be broadcasted on Pentecost day by the ARD. Especially for the young audience, the ARD will broadcast a three-part series about “Children in the Stone Age” The film village for this series was reconstructed shortly before the shooting of the series. Witnessing the production of Stone Age knifes, jewelry, and clap sticks, the students will directly learn what kind of obstacles the TV-family had to overcome during their time journey back into the Stone Age. More information about where the trailer for the film production is located, is found at www.pfahlbauten.de. Here you also find information about ferry, boat, bus, and train connections, and at www.pfahlbaucam.de, you may inform yourself about the current weather at Lake Constance. The Adventure Bus will leave hourly starting April 28, to bring visitors from the train stations Salem and Oberuhldingen to the Lake Dwellings, the Affenberg, and Salem Castle.
For more information call +49 (0) 7556 8543 or email the Museum at www.pfahlbauten.de.
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