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Switzerland-Merenschwand-Postlonzihaus-School
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Mitten in Merenschwand steht das Postlonzihaus, benannt nach einem hier ehemals wohnhaften Posthalter. Das Haus beherbergt einige Wohnungen, bekannt ist es jedoch vor allem als Ortsmuseum von Merenschwand. Detaillierte Infos finden Sie auf www.postlonzihaus.ch.

In diesem Raum im ersten Stock finden sich unter anderem die Einrichtung eines alten Schulzimmers.

Copyright: Markus Kaeppeli
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Uploaded: 16/04/2011
Updated: 25/06/2014
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Tags: museum; barn; puppet; school; workshop
  • Markus Kaeppeli over 1 year ago
    Hi Yvonne Thank you for your nice comment. I've talked to my father (Max). He said, Victor is a cousin of him, so you are what we call my coucousine. Sometimes the world is just avillage ...
  • Yvonne over 1 year ago
    Beautiful pictures. Are you related to Hans? My father is Victor.
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