Terra Mineralia's modern entrance is in the courtyard of Schloss Freudenstein. Once you get past the ticket desk, you'll be inside the historic castle.
Behind these two calcite samples from the U.S.A., you can see other display cases in one of the beautifully lit Terra Mineralia exhibition rooms.
This iron meteorite was found in Argentina. It has been cut in half to reveal the distribution of the iron in the rock.
Calcite comes in a variety of shapes and forms. This sample is from Hunan Province, China.
Some minerals invite awe, and others prompt titters.
Magnano calcite (above) and willemite (below) glow when exposed to ultraviolet light.
These crystals are mineral versions of Pick-up Sticks.
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