Goslar

A picturesque destination in the Harz mountains: http://www.ilanatravels.com/2016/12/mining-life-and-art-surprises-in-goslar.html
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a fountain with a bird statue on top in the middle of a town square surrounded by buildings
An elegant fountain in the main square.
an underground tunnel with tracks running through it
The exploitation at the Rammelsberg mines ended in the 1980s. Nowadays it hosts a museum and is part of the UNESCO World heritage.
an old wooden structure in the middle of a cave
The exploitation at the Rammelsberg mines ended in the 1980s. Nowadays it hosts a museum and is part of the UNESCO World heritage.
the tunnel is dimly lit with light coming from it
The exploitation at the Rammelsberg mines ended in the 1980s. Nowadays it hosts a museum and is part of the UNESCO World heritage.
a wooden spiral staircase in a cave
The exploitation at the Rammelsberg mines ended in the 1980s. Nowadays it hosts a museum and is part of the UNESCO World heritage.
there is a man standing in the middle of a tunnel that has been dug into some rocks
The exploitation at the Rammelsberg mines ended in the 1980s. Nowadays it hosts a museum and is part of the UNESCO World heritage.
a close up view of some rocks with blue and green paint on it's surface
The exploitation at the Rammelsberg mines ended in the 1980s. Nowadays it hosts a museum and is part of the UNESCO World heritage.
the water is rushing up and down the side of a rock wall in an underground cave
The exploitation at the Rammelsberg mines ended in the 1980s. Nowadays it hosts a museum and is part of the UNESCO World heritage.
an old rusted metal ring sitting on top of a piece of wood next to a brick wall
The exploitation at the Rammelsberg mines ended in the 1980s. Nowadays it hosts a museum and is part of the UNESCO World heritage.
the inside of a cave with water flowing down it
The exploitation at the Rammelsberg mines ended in the 1980s. Nowadays it hosts a museum and is part of the UNESCO World heritage.
a train traveling through a tunnel filled with lots of dirt and metal bars hanging from the ceiling
The exploitation at the Rammelsberg mines ended in the 1980s. Nowadays it hosts a museum and is part of the UNESCO World heritage.
a yellow and black gecko sitting on the ground next to some leaves, grass and rocks
A black and yellow lezard near the entrance to the mine. The exploitation at the Rammelsberg mines ended in the 1980s. Nowadays it hosts a museum and is part of the UNESCO World heritage.
an old brick wall with a metal gate and sign on the door that says,
The exploitation at the Rammelsberg mines ended in the 1980s. Nowadays it hosts a museum and is part of the UNESCO World heritage.
Mining clothes. The exploitation at the Rammelsberg mines ended in the 1980s. Nowadays it hosts a museum and is part of the UNESCO World heritage. Clothes
Mining clothes. The exploitation at the Rammelsberg mines ended in the 1980s. Nowadays it hosts a museum and is part of the UNESCO World heritage.
the ceiling is filled with many different types of objects hanging from it's sides
The exploitation at the Rammelsberg mines ended in the 1980s. Nowadays it hosts a museum and is part of the UNESCO World heritage.