Here is the pride of Lüneburg. Dark gray brick united to an artful ensemble.
Opposite the St. Johannis Church, on the west side of the square Am Sande, is today's Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The Renaissance building dating back to 1548, with its decorative double gable and dark gray bricks, has fulfilled a wide variety of functions in its over 400-year existence. He served Lüneburg as a brewery, restaurant, retail store and state bank, before he took over after the Second World War, his current function as an industrial and commercial chamber.
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February 14, 2017
The Renaissance building from 1548 with its decorative double gable has fulfilled in its more than 400-year existence a variety of functions. He served as brewery, restaurant, retail store, and state bank before the IHK moved in after World War II.
The special thing about this building is the dark gray brick of the facade. Of these there are three houses in Lüneburg, this is the most imposing.
July 27, 2017
One of the most magnificent buildings in the city is located on the central square on the sand in Lüneburg: today's Chamber of Commerce and Industry Lüneburg, IHK.
The decorative building, which immediately stands out due to its dark facade, is at one end of the square, at the other is the St. Johannis church with its leaning tower
The Renaissance building with its decorative double gable and decorated facade, built in 1548, has served as the Lüneburg brewery for 350 years. It was also an inn, a retail store and a state bank before the Chamber of Commerce moved in after the Second World War.lueneburger-heide.de/stadt/sehenswuerdigkeit/74/Lueneburg:_Industrie-_und_Handelskammer_
January 16, 2020
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