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Fränkisches Fischereimuseum (Franconian Fishing Museum)

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Opening Times
Only by appointment
Address
Hauptstraße 130
96120 Bischberg

The small exhibition is dedicated to the former professional fishing and rafting here at the confluence of the Regnitz and Main rivers. On display are, for example, the last Bischberg Holzschelch (Fischernachen) as well as fishing and angling equipment from more than 100 years ago and a collection of miniatures on the history of the village.

Last edited on 12.12.2023

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