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Betriebsbibliothek der Alten Weberei Eibau / Walddorf
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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. Hier ist die verlassene Betriebsbibliothek zu sehen. Vergessene Bücherschätze wurden hier deponiert und seit dem interessiert sich niemand mehr dafür.

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