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Wilhelm-Busch-Muehle, Goettingen
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  • Who does not know the stories of Wilhelm Busch? Here you can get to do so many backgrounds. A special experience is to visit the mill with leadership and the stories of the time, Wilhelm Busch there was to hear. Amazing in which narrow lived there. Also, it is impressive when the mill is run with water. This ROAR and bucking of the mill operation completes the impression of the visit unforgettable. It's worth then again to re-read the stories by Wilhelm Busch.
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  • Now for the third time there and it was very good, had even a voucher which actually had expired was resolved without long discussions, the food is rich, staff very friendly, you can sit right out there in the summer, the Museum is interesting and very, very tasty bread. Very much recommended for families. Again and again!
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  • We were slightly larger group on the visit to the mill. Anyway, we had a great tour, even though the room was sometimes a bit small for the number of visitors. The Lady gave a lot of useful info, there's plenty to see. A visit is worthwhile if you're nearby anyway. It is ideal for children.
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  • Good country side... Don't miss the bread museum nearby
  • A great Museum!
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  • Who was Wilhelm Busch? Max and Moritz are a part of him, perhaps he himself. If we want to know, we're just going: to the Wilhelm Busch mill to ebergötzen. Ohja, you feel the looks behind the curtains, what evil tricks! As children do, they want their fun. Look, there's the widow Bolte, who also do not like wanted... History comes alive in ebergötzen. What would be the world if there were no stories to tell. And what a story if it were only invented? Oh, no, Max and Moritz, this is no fiction. It all started in ebergötzen, to the bitter end the two villains... Learn more about Max and Moritz widow Bolte. They all meet at the mill. Along with a courageous staff that takes care of the legacy. William, you are a part of my childhood, which I spent with my friend Uwe at a mill. In a village like ebergötzen.
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  • Super beautiful timbered countryside
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