about the Landhaus albert murr
If walls could talk, the Landhaus Albert Murr would never stop talking. It’s only fair that we tell you some of the stories about the Landhaus and it’s history.
Why the Landhaus has two red doors
The somewhat confusing situation on arrival: Which door should I take?
The beginnings in the mountains have not always been easy. The financial situation was often scarce and so a part of the family always remained in the house, although, as in this case, the owner was the older brother. In order to create a little more privacy for the occupants of the house, two doors were created instead of one. This is also the explanation why through the right door a long staircase leads directly to the firstfloor.
When you arrive, the left door is the right one.
Who was the namesake Albert Murr?
The namesake Albert Murr Senior, the founder of the butcher’s shop and by trade a haulier, was a contemporary for his time. Standing 1.94m tall he was an unusual appearance at that time, just as unusual as his hobby to keep exotic animals like a peacock or a capuchin monkey. According to legend, the monkey was named Filu and was often found causing all sorts of mischief. After it died, the monkey was stuffed by its owners but unfortunately, it did not remain.
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