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Käseglocke is an igloo-shaped house in Worpswede, built in 1926 for Edwin Koenemann to designs by Bruno Taut. Nicknamed after cheese bell-jars, the house has been preserved over the years and now houses a collection of Worpsweder crafts and furnishing.



About Käseglocke

 Bremen, Germany

Käseglocke and Nearby Attractions on Map

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Grosse Kunstschau

Grosse Kunstschau(0.2 km)
Grosse Kunstschau is an art museum displaying works by Worpswede artists with special focus on the works of Expressionist sculptor Bernhard Hoetger.

Galerie Schoppe

Galerie Schoppe(0.5 km)

Käseglocke Tickets and Tours in Bremen

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