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1. Tiroler Holzmuseum, Auffach

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  • Certainly worth a visit to see work by a local craftsman in a unique setting in the village. Open summer and winter.  more »
  • It is believed not from the outside we is the House from the inside. Beautifully described objects and funny leader.
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  • The 1st Tyrolean wood Museum is very herzig and made with love and also inside all made of wood. It can be purchased many items made of wood. Outside, it has a small garden with a railway system. A short visit is worthwhile with or without a guide.
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  • 39 rooms with approximately 3000 exhibits "Museum with valuable content" in these five-storey house can be admired, wooden bicycle with wood chain to the traditional wooden masks as well as Christmas crèches with figurines made of wood, and so on was produced by the wood carvers and decorative sculptor Herbert of such in his woodcarvers show workshop and compiled. There a small shop with various Souveniers from wood in the Museum. It's worth a visit!
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  • only what interested - quite expensive admission
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  • Here learns much about wood
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  • Museum of wood ... Wooden sculptures variety some of them talking about history and other effects of habits and tools. Business view on the Museum pretty impressive and simple without cost. If you're a will ...
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