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Deutsches Jagd- und Fischereimuseum (German Museum of Hunting and Fishing)

Museo de la Caza y la Pesca, Munich. Jabalí dorado
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This quirky museum is in the enormous former St. Augustus Church, and it contains the world's largest collection of fishhooks, some 500 stuffed animals (including a 6½-foot-tall North American grizzly bear), a 12,000-year-old skeleton of a deer found in Ireland, and a valuable collection of hunting weapons. You'll even find the mythical Wolpertinger, the Bavarian equivalent of the jackalope. The museum also sells fine hunting equipment, from knives and rifles to sturdy clothing.

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  • Address: Neuhauserstr. 2, City Center, Munich, 80331 | Map It
  • Phone: 089/220–522
  • Cost: €3.50
  • Hours: Fri.–Wed. 9:30–5, Thurs. 9:30–9
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  • Subway: Karlsplatz (U-bahn and S-bahn)
  • Location: City Center
Updated: 11-18-2013

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