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Erika-Fuchs-Haus | Museum für Comic und Sprachkunst (Erika Fuchs House | Museum of Comics and Language Arts)

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Open today 10:00-18:00
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Bahnhofstraße 12
95126 Schwarzenbach a. d. Saale

Welcome to Duckburg! And that is meant literally. You can visit Donald Duck's house, Gyro Gearloose's workshop and the money store, including the Talerbad. But the Erika-Fuchs-Haus | Museum of Comics and Language Arts is one thing above all: Germany's first comic museum. Dr Erika Fuchs, the translator and editor-in-chief of Mickey Mouse magazine, lived in Schwarzenbach for 50 years. She left a lasting mark on the German language with her word creations, linguistic gimmicks and the interspersing of classic quotations. The museum invites visitors to playfully explore her linguistic artistry. Who knows ericative, onomatopoeia and alliteration? - Brood, brood ... Of course! Zack, boom, bang!

Last edited on 12.12.2023

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