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Haus Braunarl
Anna-Katharina Muxel

Omesberg 438
6764 Lech am Arlberg, Austria
Tel. +43 5583 3664 0
Fax +43 5583 3664 36

VAT number: ATU 67252457
Commercial register number: Wirtschaftkammer Vorarlberg
Behörde gem. ECG:Tourismus
Section: Tourismus
Agency according to ECG: BH Bludenz
Bank: Raiffeisenbank Lech
Bank identifier code: 37449
Bank code number: 16824
Iban: AT463744900000016824
Bic: rvvgat2B449
Corporate form: Sole proprietorship

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