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Sugar Museum (Berlin)
Sugar Museum (Berlin)
The Sugar Museum in Berlin, devoted to the history and technology of sugar, is the oldest such museum in the world, having opened in 1904. It is now part of the German Museum of Technology and is housed in the Institut für Lebensmitteltechnologie (Institute of Food Technology) in Wedding, Mitte.
Exhibits are labelled in German only, although an English-language pamphlet describing them is also available. Lonely Planet calls the Sugar Museum "quirky... a surprisingly entertaining exhibit where you’ll learn all about the origin of sugar and its chemistry."
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