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Weberei Eibau Walddorf Dachbodenbibliothek
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Hier lagern ziemlich unbeachtet von allen Einwohnern Walddorfs, Bücher aus der DDR-Zeit. Die meisten recht politisch-bildend, aber auch alte Erzählungen oder Bildbände wie zum Beispiel: "Mit dem Barkaß durch die Sowjetunion".

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