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Toll House

Ried im Innkreis, Oberösterreich, Österreich

Marie Louise, second wife of Napoleon I, stayed overnight at the old toll and trade house, previously known as the “Schäfer’sches Kaffeehaus”. A plaque records an historic event: on 8 October 1813
, the “Ried Treaty” was signed here which King Max Joseph of Bavaria severed the alliance with France and joined the alliance against Napoleon.

on 8 October 1813
, the “Ried Treaty” was signed here which King Max Joseph of Bavaria severed the alliance with France and joined the alliance against Napoleon.

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Toll House
Hauptplatz
4910 Ried im Innkreis

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