Bavaria: Dispute about the Passau Dachshund Museum: Moving to Regensburg?

Passau (dpa / lby) - The Dachshund Museum is one of the best-known figureheads in Passau.

Bavaria: Dispute about the Passau Dachshund Museum: Moving to Regensburg?

Passau (dpa / lby) - The Dachshund Museum is one of the best-known figureheads in Passau. Now there is trouble, as Seppi Küblbeck reported to the German Press Agency on Friday. He and his partner Oliver Storz do not rule out moving to another city. It's about a parasol and two chairs with a small table that the two have placed in front of their entrance.

Now they have been sent a letter from the regulatory office, according to which they are no longer allowed to set up the seating area in front of the museum. According to media reports, a city hall spokeswoman said that it was only now that the museum organizers had not submitted a special use application. The letter said the installation was not approved and if the museum owners applied now, it would not be approved either.

Küblbeck and Storz are very disappointed. Since it opened four years ago, there have been chairs, a table and an umbrella in front of the museum and have not hindered either pedestrians or wheelchair users. They always assumed that the area in front of the building belonged to the owner, i.e. a foundation in the diocese of Passau. This also takes care of snow clearing, said Küblbeck. Otherwise, of course, they would have paid a fee.

The museum attracts visitors from all over the world, from Australia, North America and Asia. Converted into an advertising budget, that would be unaffordable for the city, said Küblbeck. Now they are considering moving the museum to another city, such as Regensburg. But that would not be possible until next year at the earliest.

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