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Löwenhofpassage
Munich

Not far from Munichs busy and crowded pedestrian zone there are almost secret backyards to discover. Like the Löwenhof with the Café Guglhupf. You won't discover the backyard, when you don't know where to search for it. When walking along the pedestrian zone watch out for the sunshades with "Guglhupf" on it, now you're almost there!

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Uploaded: 26/04/2009
Updated: 08/10/2014
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