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Lonely Planet review
The dramatist Friedrich von Schiller lived in Weimar from 1799 until his early death in 1805. Study up on the man, his family and life in Thuringia in a new permanent exhibit before plunging on to the private quarters, including the study with his deathbed and the desk where he wrote Wilhelm Tell and other famous works.