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Kuhhirten- turm

Frankfurt am Main, Germany

A chamber music rooms helds place for 25 people and is now reglularly used for concerts.

During the 1920's the Kuhhirtenturm, whose origins date back to Medieval times, was the residency of the famous German composer Paul Hindemith. After ist partial destruciton during World War II., the buildings was used for purposes of the Youth hostel. As a part of measures for a renewal of Frankfurt's traditional quarter Alt-Sachsenhausen, the Kuhhirtenturm was refurbished and transformed into a museum for Paul Hindemith. A chamber music rooms helds place for 25 people and is now reglularly used for concerts.

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