Thrift Shop in Erlenbach ZH 2
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Thrift Shop in Erlenbach ZH 2

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The Brockenhaus in Erlenbach ZH is a second hand shop and is run of volunteers of the Women's Association. The revenue will support charitable projects.

See in German  http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brockenhaus

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