The Black Bear in Göttingen is a half-timbered house from the Renaissance period (built around 1590 as a residence), in which until 2011 the restaurant "Zum Schwarzen Bären" was located. It is one of the oldest inns in Germany and is located in the short 12th Street (...) In 1934, the house became the property of the Municipal Brewery and belonged until 2011 the Einbeck brewery. During refurbishment in 2002, a vaulted cellar from the 14th century was discovered. In 2014, the building was gutted. A Gothic hall was discovered.
(Source: Wikipedia)On the outside is a plaque indicating that Dr. Eisenbarth wrote here in the Black Bear on September 1, 1727 his will.
June 8, 2017
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