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Deutsch: Das Mauthaus in Marktl am Inn im oberbayerischen Landkreis Altötting, Geburtshaus von Georg Lankensperger (* 1779) und Jospeh Ratzinger (* 1927), der spätere Papst Benedikt XVI.
English: The Mauthaus in Marktl am Inn in the South-East of Bavaria, the house where Joseph Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI.) was born in 1927.
Français : La Maison d'octroi (Mauthaus) à Marktl-sur-l'Inn (arrondissement d'Altötting, dans le sud-est de la Bavière), maison natale de Georg Lankensperger (né en 1779) et de Joseph Ratzinger (né en 1927), le futur pape Benoît XVI.
Date 23 April 2005
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