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What does a German pub sign look like?

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Answer #1 | 10/06 2008 08:17
Try the name of the pub. Example das zwei hund's. Pretty much anything with a german name.
Answer #2 | 10/06 2008 09:35
I live in Germany - and only the traditional pubs (usually brewery pubs) have usually on thing in common: old German font. I will list some links to pubs and you will be able to see the signs: http://www.uerige.de/ http://www.frueh.de/ http://www.kneipen.de/Heidelberg/detail_12793_Eckstein.htm http://www.brauhaus-vetter.de/ Or if you would like to search for pubs by yourself - go to following website: http://www.kneipen.de/ click on any of the cities listed on the page, e. g. Bonn and click on the word "Kneipen" (in the top left corner)... The pubs of the specific city will be listed with preview pictures. If you click on the pictures the profile for the pub will open and you can visit the homepage.... Or Google: http://images.google.de/images?um=1&hl=de&sa=X&oi=spell&resnum=0&ct=result&cd=1&q=kneipenschild&spell=1

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