Det Gamle Radhus samt Siamesisk Samling, Ebeltoft
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  • A nice old building located nicely in the square that contains a worth seeing museum. Are you here to visit, it can be recommended.
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  • This place is centrally located in the old town of Ebeltoft. A lot of visits the time we was there we spent about 10 minutes on a small round trip inclusive of the prison in the basement. Okay to have been there as a avsjekking in the Ebeltofts history.
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  • It can not be more Danish than this. When you look at today's palaces of the town halls, so put things in relief.
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  • The old town hall was built in 1789 in Ebeltoft and Ebeltoft is one of main tourist attractions. The old town hall was built in 1789 as a replacement for the city's first town hall, which had been at about the same place and was from 1576. The building was designed by renowned architect Anders Kruuse (1745-1811) from Horsens and built by local Builder, Just M. Already in 1840 were building became too small for the original purpose. A new town hall was built in the square, and was instead used as the old guard of watchmen and local firefighters and leased to private housing. The building's high spires remained an important warning sign. The building was restored in the years 1906-09, and subsequently became the old town hall home of the Ebeltoft Museum. After the restoration, the building came to appear in Renaissance style with timber frame, as if it were the original town from 1576. If the purpose was to get a conservation implemented, managed the maneuver. If the House was to be restored in order to showcase the original appearance from 1789 in neoclassic style, it should have been plastered and whitewashed, as can be seen in old photographs. A stroll through the pedestrian zone in Ebeltoft is super nice. You will experience the old cosy houses and, not least, the old town hall which, among other things. is known for his many marriages and you're not going to go far for a bite to eat, a cold beer or an ice cream for the kids. Many cosy outdoor servings prejudices in the beautiful backyards. On the same trip can also experience the forest, beach and why not also the old frigate which is located a few hundred meters from the pedestrian zone?
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  • Free admission, view the old Dungeon, spirit and atmosphere of the old days. Maybe you're lucky and see a couple get married.
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