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Location address: Germany, Bremen, Bremen
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The Robinson-Crusoe-house is named after Daniel Defoe’s ficticious character Robinson Crusoe. In the story, Robinson Crusoe’s father is supposed to have been a citizen of Bremen.
Robinson Crusoe House (German: Robinson-Crusoe-Haus) is a stepped-gabled house on Böttcherstraße in the old town district of Bremen, Germany. It was built by the prosperous coffee merchant Ludwig Roselius who admired the pioneering spirit of Daniel Defoe’s fictional hero Robinson Crusoe.