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Alte Weberei in Walddorf / Eibau
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Die alte Weberei in Walddorf / Eibau ist seit ca 20 Jahren leerstehend - wurde von einem Investor gekauft - und gerät seit dem in Vergangenheit. Zwischenzeitlich wurden einzelne Räume als Skaterhalle genutzt, was jedoch nicht zur Erhaltung der Bausubstanz beitrug. Im Dachgeschoss befindet sich jedoch noch ein vergessener Schatz.

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