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Vetterlhaus

The Tourist Info in the Vetterlhaus

Tutzing’s oldest building, the Vetterlhaus, was built in the 17th century. It has a brick first floor, its upper floor was built in block construction. It is a listed building. The name refers to a family Vetterl, which inhabited this house since the beginning of the twentieth century.

The Vetterlhaus is one of the last preserved remains of the old village of Tutzing and gives a good impression of the construction of the simple farmer’s and fisherman’s houses. Even if the house, also known as the “H├╝thaus,” was only one-third the size of an 18th-century fisherman’s house, the enormous shift in scale within the townscape is impressive. It corresponds to the change from a modest, small farming village to a villa resort and tourist community of later years.

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