Where are Rothenburg violins made?

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Rothenburg violins are made in German violin building schools. The violin is made of the best tone woods available making it famous among both intermediate and advanced players. It is advisable to replace the bridge and strings if you decide to purchase a used violin as these are the parts that often need replacing.
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The violin first emerged in northern Iitalu in the early 16th century especially from the Brescia area.
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The name would imply German, O. M. Mönnich is a German music company, and on their website they list a number of string instruments. I couldn't find them saying it explicitly
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Advertisers and eBay vendors sometimes claim that Rothenburg violins are made in a small factory in Rothenburg, Germany. more.
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