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Mahnstein, Braunau am Inn
(1.8/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • At least to the historical significance that had the character born in this House think it is meaningful to stop for a moment. I went to see Hitler's birthplace Braunau precisely.
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  • Last July, during a trip to Germany, we finally decided to move to this remote border village, only the Inn River divides the German from Bavaria and Austria this small town is there to remind the whole world who was born in April 1889. The main square is typical and very pretty close though, there is the real reason of attraction and historical interest, of course, the birthplace of Adolf Hitler, a building bare and anonymous (if only a stone in front of you remember the event). Little to add, personally I find absurd the Government proposal providing for the demolition, I remain convinced that, for better or for worse the memory never goes cancelled, doing so would feed a morbid cult and absurd, it is impossible to eradicate the events and history and also this dull and yellowish block is there to remind us.
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  • With the excuse to see the birthplace of Hitler, we went to this village. Pleasantly surprised by the people who worth visiting, small, with several cute to see buildings. House does not call the attention and is not signalled for nothing, we went by car and we do not realize, after walking with gps we find it. We recognized it by the stone in the front. The good thing is that we walked through the village. I think they want it to demolish and do not indicate it so that it does not become place of pilgrimage for neo-Nazis, I believe that it is a historical place and would be worthwhile to keep it.
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