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Schweinfurt Rathaus, Schweinfurt

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  • Liked right off the bat very us. Building is from the Renaissance period and has high decorated ceilings. The long stairs outside are perfect for pictures. The Registrar were very nice.
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  • Before the Town Hall is not only the market but also the Christmas market. We were at the Christmas market in Schweinfurt and lunch is still time honor to look at the Town Hall. It is a very nice and at the time also a great. I've heard Schweinfurt had under 4000 inhabitants at the time. Then we walked a bit through the city.
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  • As this valuable structure in order was given, so after the Markgräfler war middle of the 16th century was a town of 3,500 inhabitants. In the pure Renaissance style - in Schweinfurt, there are still 3 more secular buildings from this time, Nikolaus Hoffmann has done a masterpiece. Demonstrating power and inflexibility of the bourgeoisie. Against the superiority of the Catholic Bishops in Würzburg and Bamberg, a free Imperial City showed their pride. Only mid-20th century has become too small, there is the preservation of the new City Hall. Pure Bauhaus. What would have you back should build otherwise also. Is always just a ripoff of the historic building. So the Town Hall dominates the market, which still has its importance as a farmer's market.
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