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The Zunfthaus zum Ruden is a medieval guildhall built in 1348 that housed a drinking club used by the members of the Constaffel society.
The Zunfthaus zum Ruden is a medieval guildhall built in 1348 that housed a drinking club used by the members of the Constaffel society. The Gothic Trinkstube (tavern and association meeting place) with a wainscoted ceiling of bent wooden beams is a restaurant today, while the half-timbered floor on top with the Constaffel Room and Rüdenstübli function as banqueting facilities.
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