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Am Kornhaus, Freiburg, Breisgau
Baden-Wuerttemberg

One of the few successful re-buildings after the bombings of 1944: the "corn house" holds it's name due to - guess what? Nonetheless over the centuries it has served many other purposes including lots of festivities.

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