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Kunstgewerbeschule ("school of arts and crafts") is the name of a type of higher schools of applied arts that existed in German-speaking countries until 1945. The first such schools were opened in Kassel in 1867 and Berlin and Munich in 1868 with other German towns following. After 1945 they all merged into local and regional universities.
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