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Maailman vanhin sukelluspuku / Raahe

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Hidden : 08/09/2006
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Suomen vanhimmassa paikallismuseossa, vuonna 1862 perustetussa Raahen museossa, on monia esineharvinaisuuksia. Niistä kuuluisin on Raahen Wanha Herra, 1700-luvulta peräisin oleva vasikannahkainen sukelluspuku. Sen lahjoitti Raahen museolle merikapteeni Johan Leufstadius 1860-luvulla.

The treasure of the Raahe Museum is ”the Old Gentleman” , the oldest diving suit in the world. The suit is made of leather and it dates back to the 18th century.

Raahe Museum
Rantakatu 33
FIN-92100 RAAHE
Finland

Opening hours:
1.6. - 31.8. Mon-Fri 12-18, Sat-Sun 12-16
1.9. -31.5. Tue-Fri 13-17, Sat 12-16, Sun-Mon closed

Entrance fees:
Adults 2 €
Children, students, pensioners 1 €
Family ticket 3,5 €
Groups of 10 or more 1 €/person, school groups 0,50 €/pupil
Visits outside opening hours 25 €. Guided tour in English 20 €.

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