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Kegelgasse 37-39 · interesting places nearby
Kalke Village information
Kalke Village is the handiwork of Hundertwasser, created from an old Michelin factory. It contains overpriced cafes, souvenir shops and art shops, all in typical Hundertwasser fashion with colourful ceramics and a distinct absence of straight lines.