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This was different from other Jewish Holocaust kinds of museums because it told a narrative of Jews who lived there for hundreds of years through relics and letters and audio visual accounts. The families who kept traditions, assimilated, and made a difference in the town and throughout the world. Whatever they achieved or believed did not matter for the community as the Jews were banned and returned until few Jews were left in the town during the Nazi's and the retentive burgermeister thought a few were too many. The museum was the home of an elderly and respected Jew who was sent to her death and most villagers were unaffected of the deportation as it was an area of Nazi supporters. You could walk to the Swiss Bridge where many Jews tried to escape from Austria.
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Schlossberg Mountain & Alt-Ems Castle The imposing elevation of the “Schlossberg” mountain is more than just a stage setting. Since the 12th century it has been enthroned by a mighty castle complex known as the “Alta-Ems”, which became the birthplace of the town.
Alt-Ems castle ruins have been torn down and the area is being rejuvenated, the current redevelopment works started in 2005. They are trying to save any existing standing walls.
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Ich habe nun schon einige Escaperooms gespielt, doch an diesen kam bisher keiner ran. An Spannung und Spielspaß kaum zu überbieten. Danke für dieses einmalige Erlebnis!
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Além de possuir pistas de boliche 'originais' (sem aquelas cordinhas que seguram os pinos), pistas novas e bem cuidadas e bolas originais de boliche, também há um bar e restaurante no local.
Pode-se pedir pizza e frango empanado para comer enquanto espera sua vez de jogar, vem tudo cortado no tamanho certo para essa situação.
Além do boliche, pode-se também jogar dardos e pebolim.
Possui espaço para fumantes.
Os atendentes são super gentis e educados e falam inglês.
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Since more than twenty-five years the Schubertiade has accomplished the seemingly impossible: retaining its intimacy while becoming the world’s top Schubert festival.
Just look at the lineup of artists! This is an established, well-respected festival that attracts some of the top musicians of Europe. The acoustics in the 300-seat hall are excellent. The staff knows what it is doing and is caring and professional. Stay at the Hotel Schiffle, and enjoy!
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