The tower of the Berlin City Hall on Alexanderplatz in Berlin-Mitte can be seen from afar and is one of the most famous landmarks in Berlin. Due to the red bricks, it is also called the "Red Town Hall".
It is centrally located next to the Berlin TV Tower, St. Mary's Church, the Neptune Fountain and the beautiful Nicolaiviertel. A detour here is definitely worth it, as well as a leisurely stroll in the evening, when everything is wonderfully lit.
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March 9, 2018
The Red City Hall is located in the historic center of Berlin and houses the seat of the Senate of Berlin and that of the Governing Mayor.
In the town hall there are some interesting rooms such. B the coat of arms hall, which was called so because of its window design.
All coats of arms of the berliner city districts were introduced in the windows.
Originally it served as the venue of the city council meeting, but is now used for the reception of state guests.
May 17, 2018
The Red Town Hall is the seat of the Governing Mayor, the Senate Chancellery and the conference venue of the Senate of Berlin. It is located at Rathausstrasse 15 in the Mitte district.
It was built from 1861 to 1871 according to plans by Hermann Friedrich Waesemann in the arched style as the seat of the mayor, the city council and the city council of Berlin. Its name goes back to the red brick facade.
November 16, 2020
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