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Auerbachs Keller

Auerbachs Keller

One of Leipzig’s most famous eateries, the historic Auerbachs Keller, originally was a beer hall with roots dating back to 1538, but today it also serves splendid traditional Saxon food. Literary giant Goethe used to frequent the place for drinks, and immortalised the venue when he used it as the setting for the scene in which Faust dines with the devil. The Auerbachs Keller, and its Barrell Cellar where the scene from Faust has been recreated, is simply a must when in Leipzig.
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