The Prehistoric Man Museum
|Established||1952 by Amnon Assaf|
|Location||Maayan Baruch, Israel|
The museum showcases historical artifacts found in and around the kibbutz and houses an extensive collection of prehistoric tools and vessels, including hand axes predating human settlement in the Hulah Valley, around 780,000 BCE.
The museum also has an ethno-geographic wing with a collection of artifacts and tools from around the world, all made from natural or organic material.
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