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Museum Info: dal

Otto-Lilienthal-Museum

Anklam

[Overview] [Exhibition]

Description:

 

This Museum is dedicated to the life and work of the aviation pioneer Otto Lilienthal who was born in Anklam.

 

 

Adress:

Open hours:

Ellbogenstraße 1, 17389 Anklam
Tel.: +49 3971 5500

 

Tu-Fr 10:00-16:00, Sa-Su 14:00-17:00

 

How to get there:

 

In the town of Anklam, E28 (Berlin-Stettin), then the B109

 

 

 

  A tip from the editors:
 Call before planning a trip.

 
 

On display / assets:

Kamov Ka 26
, 1975 , 7705908 , D-HOAG (DM-SPG)
 
Let. Nor. Podn. Z-37 A Cmelak
, 1969 , 21-02 , D-ESOT (DM-SWC)
 
Otto Lilienthal Derwitzapparat, 1891

 
Otto Lilienthal Maihöhe-Rhinow-Apparat, 1893

 
Otto Lilienthal Kleiner Schlagflügel-Apparat, 1893

 
Otto Lilienthal Normalsegel-Apparat, 1894

 
Otto Lilienthal Vorflügel-Apparat, 1895

 
Otto Lilienthal Südende-Apparat, 1892

 
Otto Lilienthal Großer Doppeldecker, 1895

 
PZL 106 BR Kruk
, 109880212 , F-FOED (DDR-TED)
 
Raab-Katzenstein RK 9 Grasmücke
, 1928 , 353 , D-1519
 

 

       

 

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