Reichenberg Perfume Museum

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Excursion destination, exciting world of perfume bottles with over 15,000 exhibits with the motto "The whole world of perfume". Individual tours possible. Next door is the "Zum Schweizer" restaurant with Swiss and German cuisine.

The history of perfume begins in the ancient civilizations of Egypt and India, whose craft tradition, spirituality and medicine made it possible to process the precious fragrances. The possible uses of aromatic substances were considered a source of inspiration - to inspire means to breathe in or breathe in. In Egypt, the golden age of the pharaoh Hatshepsut brought a turn to the living body. What was previously only sacrificed to the gods and given to the dead on their journey was used to perfume the living body.

The fragrance mixtures were made by the priests who specialized in handling resins, balms and ointments. The turn to the living body, which was seen as an expression of the aesthetic ideals of beauty of its time, represents a further step in the development of cosmetics and perfume. This expression of desired inner and outer harmony, which can be found in the portrait bust of the Noretete (Egyptian nafteta "die Schöne ") has been preserved, and the importance of fragrance - means and medium of transcendence, according to the Egyptians an expression of life - has become an integral part of the purifying rituals of the cultural image.




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  • Perfume Museum, Foto: Parfummuseum/ Claudio Besenzoni, Foto: Parfummuseum/ Claudio Besenzoni
  • Perfume Narcisse, Foto: Parfummuseum/ Claudio Besenzoni, Foto: Parfummuseum/ Claudio Besenzoni
  • Perfume Boucheron, Foto: Parfummuseum/ Claudio Besenzoni, Foto: Parfummuseum/ Claudio Besenzoni



Excursion destination, exciting world of perfume bottles with over 15,000 exhibits with the motto "The whole world of perfume". Individual tours possible. Next door is the "Zum Schweizer" restaurant with Swiss and German cuisine.

The history of perfume begins in the ancient civilizations of Egypt and India, whose craft tradition, spirituality and medicine made it possible to process the precious fragrances. The possible uses of aromatic substances were considered a source of inspiration - to inspire means to breathe in or breathe in. In Egypt, the golden age of the pharaoh Hatshepsut brought a turn to the living body. What was previously only sacrificed to the gods and given to the dead on their journey was used to perfume the living body.

The fragrance mixtures were made by the priests who specialized in handling resins, balms and ointments. The turn to the living body, which was seen as an expression of the aesthetic ideals of beauty of its time, represents a further step in the development of cosmetics and perfume. This expression of desired inner and outer harmony, which can be found in the portrait bust of the Noretete (Egyptian nafteta "die Schöne ") has been preserved, and the importance of fragrance - means and medium of transcendence, according to the Egyptians an expression of life - has become an integral part of the purifying rituals of the cultural image.




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  • Perfume Museum, Foto: Parfummuseum/ Claudio Besenzoni, Foto: Parfummuseum/ Claudio Besenzoni
  • Perfume Narcisse, Foto: Parfummuseum/ Claudio Besenzoni, Foto: Parfummuseum/ Claudio Besenzoni
  • Perfume Boucheron, Foto: Parfummuseum/ Claudio Besenzoni, Foto: Parfummuseum/ Claudio Besenzoni

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Mittelstraße 7a

15377 Märkische Höhe OT Reichenberg

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Weather Today, 26. 3.

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    1 7
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