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Rowohlt Verlag
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Parent companyGeorg von Holtzbrinck Group
StatusActive
Founded1908
FounderErnst Rowohlt
Country of originGermany
Headquarters locationHamburg
Official websiterowohlt.de

Rowohlt Verlag is a German publishing house based in Hamburg, with offices in Reinbek and Berlin. It has been part of the Georg von Holtzbrinck Group since 1982. The company was created in 1908 in Leipzig by Ernst Rowohlt.

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