Science Museum Bemidex is a collection of science museums and institutions across the world.
It includes the following museums: Bemida, Bemis, Bremen, Breslau, Bess, Breda, Braunschweig, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Gelsenkirchen, Gewandhausen, Heidelberg, Hohenzollern, Hoos, Hildesheim, Kiel, London, Nuremberg, Nurnberg, Oldenburg, Palermo, Porto Alegre, Paris, Schleswig-Holstein, Sankt Pölz, Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia, Vienna, and Zürich.
All of the museums are in Germany, Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Sweden.
Bemids Science Museum is located in the town of Bemidium, on the shores of Lake Bemi.
The museum is open daily from 11am to 4pm.
Bremens Science Museum, the only one in the entire country, opened in 2009.
It is the only museum of its kind in the whole of Germany.
Breslis Science Museum opened in 2013.
The science museum features some of the most famous scientific objects of the past century.
The most important and famous of these are the Bresliys meteorite, the Bremis meteorite found in 1913.
Bess Science Museum was opened in 2014.
It displays the oldest collection of fossils ever found.
The Bess fossil collection was discovered in 1862.
It features a huge collection of specimens, including several fossilized horses, which are the only examples of such a group of animals ever known.
Bredas Science Museum has been in operation since 1866.
It opened in 2005.
It houses the world’s oldest collection, and also contains a vast amount of rare fossils.
Brengen Science Museum and the Brelgs Breds Science Museum are two of the oldest scientific museums in the world, dating back to 1876.
The collections include a large collection of bones, and other rare and beautiful artifacts.
The museums is open for guided tours every Saturday from 12:30pm to 2:00pm.
Hohenslager Science Museum contains many of the earliest artifacts of the modern day Hohenslarbian archaeology.
Its collection of artifacts is one of the largest in the country, containing artifacts from the first prehistoric human occupation in the area, around 5,000 years ago.
It hosts guided tours daily from 10:30am to 2pm.
Nuremburg Science Museum opens in the city of Nurembers and contains the largest collection of ancient artifacts in the West.
It has an exhibit of over 4,000 artifacts.
It also hosts guided and guided tours.
Berlin Science Museum holds a museum of natural history, where visitors can view specimens, minerals, plants, animals, and minerals from all over the world in an exhibit.
It was founded in 1865 by a German-Russian professor named Otto Neubauer, who died in 1884.
It began as an exhibition of ancient specimens, but was expanded and expanded by its director, Otto Wahl, to include other objects, as well as a museum.
The Nuremmbers Science Museum of Natural History opened in 1974.
It now has a collection that includes specimens of more than 50 species of plants, including more than 1,000 specimens of butterflies.
The exhibits have a large selection of fossils, and are a unique example of the scientific collection that is so well known in Germany.
The collection includes specimens dating from 10,000 to 13,000 BCE.
The Natural History Museum of Berlin opened in 1991, and it is one the oldest and largest museums of natural science in Germany in terms of its total collection.
The German-French museum is known for its unique collection of rare artifacts and specimens.
Bressen Science Park holds the largest scientific collection in the German-speaking world, containing some 3,000 species of animals, including thousands of rare and unique fossils.
The park has been open since 1984.
Bewegungs Science Park is a public space that houses the most complete collection of natural sciences in the United States.
It contains over 4.5 million specimens, with more than 20,000 fossil specimens.
It holds exhibitions every Sunday from 9am to 5pm.
Heidelburg Science Museum hosts an exhibition devoted to the history of the human race.
It’s been open for nearly 150 years, and is known as the oldest permanent museum of science in the Western world.
The exhibition, titled “Bible of the West,” was the subject of a BBC documentary in the late 1970s.
The exhibit is one among many in the collection, including many artifacts from ancient and medieval times.