Käseglocke

Museum in Worpswede

This 1926 round house – nicknamed 'the cheese bell' for its shape – built by writer Edwin Koenemann is set in the woods just off of Lindenallee. Today it houses a museum of regional arts and crafts, including furniture designed by Bernhard Hoetger, architect of Bremen's Böttcherstrasse. (Note that admission is not included with the Museum Card.)

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