Glasuti Watch Museum Opens In Germany

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To quickly learn about a place’s culture, a skill, or a complete review of past history, then starting from a museum visit is the best way. In Switzerland, a country with a strong watch industry, in recent years, many brands have spared no expense to build a museum of watches and clocks. On the one hand, they can preserve precious historical records; on the other hand, they can promote the value and spirit of their own brands through the visit process. . Therefore, in Germany, which is also actively deployed in the watch industry, naturally, it also began to strive to preserve German watchmaking history and traditions. Therefore, ‘German Watch Museum Glashütte – Nicolas G. Hayek’ With the efforts of the Swatch Group, the Glashütte Watch Museum, which fully condenses the history of German watchmaking, was officially opened on May 22, 2008. Led by Glashütte Original (GO), a German watch brand owned by the Swatch Group, after years of planning and construction, and with the full assistance of the local government and citizens, this building features hundreds of The Glashütte Clock and Watch Museum, which has been around for a long time, finally officially opened to the public on the afternoon of May 23, 2008. Media reporters from 24 countries, as well as people in the political, business, art and cultural fields from all over the world, coupled with the active participation of representatives of the Swatch Group and the GO brand and related staff, make the peaceful and quiet Glashütte small The town was so lively and joyful that this enthusiasm and vitality made the local residents involuntarily join the celebrations and jointly wish for this very meaningful event! In the museum’s first and second floors, an area of ​​about 1,000 square meters, more than 400 pieces of watches and clocks are displayed. Through the multimedia display in the pavilion, visitors can see works of Glashütte pocket watches, watches, pendulum clocks, etc., as well as maritime precision timepieces and various escapement structures, historical certificates and patent documents. The theme exhibition of the museum takes ‘historical review’ and ‘corridor of time’ as the two exhibition themes. These two themes perfectly present the prelude and epilogue of the entire event in separate exhibition spaces. The international press conference for the opening of the Glashütte Clock and Watch Museum was co-chaired by Dr. Hanspeter Rentsch (middle), representative of Swatch Group, Dr. Frank Mul ler (first from the right), and Marcus Dressler (first from left), acting mayor of Glashütte . The museum adopts thematic exhibitions. Visitors can watch the works of Glashütte pocket watches, watches, pendulum clocks, maritime precision timepieces, various escapement structures, historical certificates and patent documents, and display astronomical timepieces. , And more artistic installation of metronome. Visitors can watch the works of Glashütte pocket watches, watches, pendulum clocks, maritime precision timepieces and various escapement structures, historical certificates and patent documents from various periods. Art installation rendering. The Glashütte Watch Museum showcases important works from all periods of German watchmaking history. The Glashütte Watch Museum showcases important works from all periods of German watchmaking history. The Glashütte Watch Museum showcases important works from all periods of German watchmaking history.