Museum Historical Rock-cut Cellars

The historic rock-cut cellars are a set of underground cellars built many years ago. Throughout the years they have fulfilled many different purposes. During World War II they were used as air-raid shelters for the civilian population. The only way to enter is via a tour, however, there are many different tour options available.

For current visiting hours, please visit the website of the museum.

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Source

  • Text: John Shorack
  • Photos: John Shorack