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About the guided tour
During this guided tour you will gain an insight into the authentically preserved above-ground facilities of Zollverein Shaft XII and learn about the production processes of the once largest and most productive coal mine in the world. On your way, which leads from the shaft hall where the coal arrived through the production halls and workshops, you will learn more about the working and living conditions of the Zollverein miners. Of course, the tour also provides insights into the architecture and nature of Zollverein and its transformation from a coal mine to a modern cultural location.
Duration: 60 minutes
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Denkmalpfad Zollverein, in English “Monument Path”, brings industrial history back to life. On guided tours through the originally preserved aboveground facilities of the Zollverein Coal Mine and Coking Plant, visitors experience what it meant to be working at the once most efficient coal mine in the world and Europe’s largest coking plant.
The participants follow the “path of the coal” above ground: From the extraction of the coal to the coking process, at Zollverein the first part of the heavy-industrial production chain can still be completely reconstructed and experienced. Thereby visitors gain exciting insights into the work as well as the life of miners and coke workers. Furthermore, the tour guide explains descriptive details on architecture, industrial nature and the change of the Zollverein World Heritage into a modern cultural location.