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Switzerland Merenschwand Postlonzihaus Shop
Switzerland

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 Parterre finden sich unter anderem ein alte Krämerladen. Vor fünfzig Jahren existierten noch mehr als ei Dutzend solcher Läden für allerlei Artikel, heute gibt es noch genau ein Lebensmittelgeschäft.

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