(dpa files) - Visitors take a walk in front of Villa Wahnfried which houses the Richard Wagner Museum in Bayreuth, Germany, 21 August 2001. In 1872 the German composer Richard Wagner settled in Bayreuth, a town in Bavaria, where he had the villa built as his residence and where he designed the Festspielhaus (festival theatre house), where Wagner festivals (the 'Bayreuth Festivals')

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(dpa files) - Visitors take a walk in front of Villa Wahnfried which houses the Richard Wagner Museum in Bayreuth, Germany, 21 August 2001. In 1872 the German composer Richard Wagner settled in Bayreuth, a town in Bavaria, where he had the villa built as his residence and where he designed the Festspielhaus (festival theatre house), where Wagner festivals (the 'Bayreuth Festivals')
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(dpa files) - Visitors take a walk in front of Villa Wahnfried which houses the Richard Wagner Museum in Bayreuth, Germany, 21 August 2001. In 1872 the German composer Richard Wagner settled in Bayreuth, a town in Bavaria, where he had the villa built as his residence and where he designed the Festspielhaus (festival theatre house), where Wagner festivals (the 'Bayreuth Festivals') have been held since its opening in 1876. The villa has been a museum for over 25 years. Above the entrance of Villa Wahnfried Wagner's words are engraved: 'Hier wo mein Waehnen Frieden fand - Wahnfried - sei dieses Haus von mir benannt' (here where my imagination/illusion found peace - illusion peace - be this house named by me).