16 May Underground Archaeological Museum DOMunder
DOMunder Archaeological Museum reveals the secrets of the Dome Square of the city of Utrecht, the Netherlands. Designed with the assistance of the architectural JDdVarchitecten Bureau, the museum is located underground at a maximum depth of 4.7 meters and covers an area of about 350 squares. Once inside by stairs only, visitors can learn more about the two centuries of history, to see interesting archaeological finds and even survive a devastating tornado in 1674 that destroyed the church, standing on the square.
Travel back in time in the literal sense of the word was made possible by a long research, careful planning, design, excavation, construction and testing. Today DOMunder museum – a historic landmark, which has become the pride of Utrecht and the country as a whole.