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Muellerhaus Lenzburg

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The Müllerhaus (Miller House) is the most beautiful and stately mansion in the canton of Aargau, built in the 18th Century at Lenzburg Bleichenrain.

the Miller-House houses a cultural foundation established by the Lenzburg doctor Hans Müller and his sister Gertrud (Trudi) Müller.

It houses the House of Literature Aargau, which carries out regular events.

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A: Pausenplatz Angelrain Schulhaus

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B: Grabenweg mit Hof Lenzburg

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C: Grabenweg mit Spittelbrunnen

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D: Rathausgasse vor dem Rathaus Lenzburg

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E: Marktplatz unter dem alten Gemeindesaal Lenzburg

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H: neue Burghalde Lenzburg

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I: Lenzburg Castle - Aargau - Switzerland

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J: Haus Sonnenberg Peter Mieg Lenzburg

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