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Ludwig-Thoma-Haus (Ludwig Thoma House)

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Tuften 12
83684 Tegernsee

"You may have read that I bought a plot of land on Lake Tegernsee. ... I will keep 2-3 cows, grow fruit ... and live and die in leather trousers. Amen." For 14 years, the poet Ludwig Thoma lived, loved, suffered and worked in his house "Die Tuften" and actually died here in 1921. The partially preserved rooms of the Ludwig-Thoma-Haus allow a posthumous glimpse into the life of the popular Bavarian writer.

Last edited on 14.02.2024

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