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Baerenloch-Hof-Altstadt-Chur-Schweiz
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The Baerenloch ist a courtyard existing since the middle age. It is a touristic attraction in the Chur old town. It lies beside the Martinsplatz.

The Muehlebach flows under this houses.

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