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135-137 Long Rd, Gallery Walk, Tamborine Mountain
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Cafe Bravo

In 1898 the Geissman family (of Swiss and German origin), originally from Brisbane, built Capo di Monte in North Tamborine.

At around the same time, the architectural style on the mountain changed from the original Tudor to the Renaissance architecture.

Renaissance style places emphasis on symmetry, proportion, geometry, and the regularity of parts – Cafe Bravo is a typical representative of this kind of building.