Prominent cafés established before WWI that still exist within the borders of a WHS.
|Budapest||Budapest (Gerbeaud 1858, Ruszwurm 1824)|
|Cracow||Antre de Michalik|
|Florence||Caffe Rivoire 1872|
|Mexico City and Xochimilco||Examples: • Café de Tacuba: 1912;at Calle de Tacuba #18. • Café La Blanca: 1915; at Av. 5 de mayo #40.|
|Prague||Louvre (1902), Slavia (1881)|
|Regensburg||Cafe Prinzess next to the city hall (from 1686)|
|Rome||Greco, 18th century|
|Tallinn||maiasmokk café (since 1864)|
|Venice and its Lagoon||Cafe Florian 1720|
|Vienna||Central (opened in 1860, and in the late nineteenth century it became a key meeting place of the Viennese intellectual scene), Demel (1786), Sacher (1876), Landtmann (1873, preferred café of Sigmund Freud)|
Do you know of another WHS we could connect to Historical cafés?
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