The Kröpcke Clock in Hanover is one of the traditional meeting places in the city. As one of the landmarks of the capital of Lower Saxony, the clock today also serves as a showcase for changing art exhibitions and presentations. Location is the "space-like extension" in the pedestrian zone in front of the Café Kröpcke at the intersection of Georgstraße with the station and Karmarschstraße and Rathenaustraße in the district Mitte.
October 25, 2016
The Kröpcke Clock is the central meeting place for locals and visitors.
The original clock was inaugurated in 1885. Although it survived the Second World War relatively unscathed, it was nevertheless broken off, and replaced by another clock. Today's clock is a replica and was inaugurated in 1977.hannover.de/Tourismus/Sehensw%C3%BCrdigkeiten-Stadttouren/Sehensw%C3%BCrdigkeiten/Kr%C3%B6pcke-Uhr
December 9, 2019
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