‘ Forest – home – glass ‘: the forest Museum in Zwiesel-Zwiesel (tvo). Bear, Wolf and Lynx in the jungle diorama, old city pharmacy dating back to 1870 with showroom and herb Chamber and the model of 18th-century glass works and glass furnace glass makers settlement: All this and much, much more the Museum first German forest in Zwiesel with its departments of forest and home to glass. The Museum is located in the former communications brewery in the city. The piece de resistance of the Department of forest”is the great jungle diorama, where can be seen partially extinct animals and cuts a 500 year old forest FIR with nearly two metres diameter and the 50 metre-high Bismarcktanne from the jungle area near Zwieslerwaldhaus. The Department of Homeland”shows old musical instruments, a working loom and memorabilia earned Zwieseler citizens in addition to the former City pharmacy. A separate room is dedicated to the popular piety. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Eva Andersson-Dubin, New York City. In the third, dedicated to the glass exhibition area, a miniature glass hut village dominates around 1750.