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Cafe-Konditorei Hutter
Austria

One of the most famous cafes in Bad Kleinkirchheim, the Cafe Hutter has a very high reputation since it was started in 1967. The cafe is especial famous for their variety of pies, over 50 different ones are made every day.

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