In the shadow of a large modern department store, the small settlement from the 15th century ducks. The Magniviertel is a city in a city. Quaint and with weekly market on Thursday certainly worth a visit. Tip! A really delicious coffee with delicious cakes is available at the Magnitor 12 in the café coffee ceremony.
April 21, 2017
The Happy Rizzi House is a contemporary building in Braunschweig, which was designed by the American artist James Rizzi (1950–2011) and implemented by the Braunschweig architect Konrad Kloster. It is located on the Ackerhof.
October 28, 2019
The Magniviertel still consists of numerous, mostly very well-preserved half-timbered houses and is one of the few remaining ensembles in what was once the largest half-timbered town in Germany.
Numerous air raids during the Second World War, especially the firestorm of the massive air raid on October 15, 1944, destroyed 90% of Braunschweig's city center and only a few old buildings and streets have been preserved in their original form.
The central point and namesake of the district is the Magni Church, which was consecrated in 1031.
December 17, 2020
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