Today's third town hall building dates back to 1841 and was built in the neo-Gothic style after the model of the Hofer town hall. Heinrich Hess (1794-1865), then Grand Ducal Saxe-Weimar Building Council, was awarded the contract for the three-storey new building and a stepped middle tower tower and a balcony porch on the ground floor (Wikipedia).
December 15, 2018
Architecturally a real eye-catcher.
Not so much at the moment (April 2021) though as the town hall is in scaffolding. Due to years of superficiality on the part of the mayor's office regarding the building fabric, efforts are currently being made to remove the mold from the walls.
Update May 2022:
The scaffolding is gone and the facade shines in new splendor. That looks really nice again.
April 12, 2021
The Weimar town hall has been decorating the west side of the market square since 1841. The building is built in the neo-Gothic style. In the town hall tower you will find a carillon made of Meissen porcelain. (Bells ring April-November at 10 a.m., 12 p.m., 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.).
May 21, 2021
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