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Cafe Hawelka 's owner passed away

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Maybe many Fodorites, who have visited Vienna have also been to Cafe Hawelka, in the Dorotheergasse, next to Graben.
This was my favorite Cafe when i was a student in Vienna, and many memories came back when i saw the report, that Leopold Hawelka, owner of the Cafe passed away yesterday at the age of 100.
Cafe Hawelka was a cafe like no other in Vienna, everybody who has been there, will know what i mean.
Here is a link to the story of this unique Kaffeehaus,

http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5gAO4S9DvDrTCGy_uadGdCtSGosTA?docId=c3462cb52d35464fa11ade631869ce7b

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