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A doormat in front of the house or apartment door is extremely practical and actually indispensable. At the same time, it is a first message about the culture and attitudes of the people who live behind the door. In contrast to the widespread HOME lettering or cat motifs, this doormat stands for a clear welcome message to visitors: SALVE! For Goethe fans, she is a real 'insider.' And she is only available from us.
Goethe himself designed the entrance to his private house on the Frauenplan in Weimar towards the end of the 18th century, in the style of the Italian Renaissance. He received his visitors according to Roman custom with the now famous SALVE greeting, which is still inlaid on the threshold today. Whoever crossed this threshold could be sure of the hospitality of the host. True to Goethe's motto: "Should it flow abundantly to you, let others enjoy abundantly".
SALVE doormat made of 100% coconut, rubberized underside.
For durability and care:
When used in the interior, when it is not directly exposed to sun and rain, the doormat usually remains durable and beautiful for years. Of course, abrasion and wear and tear cannot be avoided in the natural product due to its use.
We recommend cleaning with a vacuum cleaner, vigorous tapping can damage the mat.
Made in Germany.
Size: 40 x 60 x 1.7 cm
Exclusively in the Weimar museum shop.
Item No. 3279
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The cultural heritage of the city of Weimar in Thuringia is diverse: Goethe, Schiller, Liszt, the Duchess Anna Amalia, Nietzsche and many more have lived here and left their mark. For example, Weimar has more than 11 UNESCO World Heritage sites, which are maintained by the Klassik Stiftung Weimar and made accessible to the public.
The Klassik Shop Weimar is actually more than just one: We run all the museum shops for Klassik Stiftung Weimar, e.g. in the historic homes of Goethe and Schiller, in the Anna Amalia Library, and we also take care of the assortments in the museums of e.g. Liszt, Nietzsche and in the castles and parks of the city and its surroundings.
Not all products offered online can be found in every shop in Weimar. If you have questions about availability, we look forward to hearing from you by phone +49 (0)3643-545 880 (weekdays only).
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