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The Gustav Mahler Stube, formerly Trenkenhof, is a farmhouse in Altschluderbach, near Toblach in South Tyrol, Italy. It has a restaurant with a Tyrolean cuisine and two apartments. The Stube furthermore manages an animal park with domestic, wild and exotic animals. The farmhouse is especially known as the former residence of the Austrian composer Gustav Mahler (1860-1911), who stayed here from 1908 to 1910. The first floor was a museum on his life and work. His composing hut is located in the park and is still equipped as a small museum and memorial.

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  • The Gustav Mahler Stube, formerly Trenkenhof, is a farmhouse in Altschluderbach, near Toblach in South Tyrol, Italy. It has a restaurant with a Tyrolean cuisine and two apartments. The Stube furthermore manages an animal park with domestic, wild and exotic animals. The farmhouse is especially known as the former residence of the Austrian composer Gustav Mahler (1860-1911), who stayed here from 1908 to 1910. The first floor was a museum on his life and work. His composing hut is located in the park and is still equipped as a small museum and memorial.
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  • the Gustav Mahler Stube in 2013
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  • The Gustav Mahler Stube, formerly Trenkenhof, is a farmhouse in Altschluderbach, near Toblach in South Tyrol, Italy. It has a restaurant with a Tyrolean cuisine and two apartments. The Stube furthermore manages an animal park with domestic, wild and exotic animals. The farmhouse is especially known as the former residence of the Austrian composer Gustav Mahler (1860-1911), who stayed here from 1908 to 1910. The first floor was a museum on his life and work. His composing hut is located in the park and is still equipped as a small museum and memorial.
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