Intended for : Family, Group, Senior, Tourist, experienced Hiker, Athlete, School Group, foreign Tourist
GPS: 50°32'1.266"N, 14°7'53.746"E
Usual Duration: 1 hrs
Distance from the center: 0.05 km
Tour of the exhibition is accompanied by a guide. Tickets are available at the information center Litoměřice. In winter is the exposition available from Monday to Friday from 10AM to 4PM.
Adults: 50, - CZK
Children 6-15 years: 20, - CZK
Students, pensioners, holders of ZTP: 30, - CZK
Phone: 416 916 440
Address : Mírové náměstí 16/8a
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Exposure Mine Richard through the ages recalls the history and present of limestone mine located near the town of Litomerice at the hill Bídnice. You can find the exposition in the cellars beneath the building of Litomerice town hall.
At first, limestone quarried down the Richard mine, during the Second World War the Nazis built a secret factory here, then it served as a storage space and now its part serves as a nuclear waste dump. The exhibition is divided into four parts. The last one is the study of young architect Philip Landa, entitled "Orchard of reconciliation". This study is looking to the future and brings a proposal to build a memorial to the victims of the Nazi factory.
Along the corridor there are 24 panels with information in Czech, German and English. The authenticity is emphasized by authentic pictures, writings, but also by iron wagon or spilled stones. There are also a models of barrels used to store radioactive waste.
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