Location: Berlin, Germany
Red City Hall, Berlin
The Red Town Hall is the seat of the Governing Mayoress, the Senate Chancellery and the meeting place 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 round arch style as the seat of the mayor, the city council and the magistrate of Berlin. Its name goes back to the red brick facade.
August 25, 2022
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. Because of the red bricks, it is also called the "Red Town Hall".
It is very centrally located next to the Berlin TV Tower, the Marienkirche, the Neptune Fountain and the beautiful Nikolaiviertel. A detour here is definitely worthwhile, as is a leisurely stroll in the evening when everything is wonderfully illuminated.
More information at: visitberlin.de/de/berliner-rathaus
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
This proud, arched brick building was built between 1861 and 1871 according to the visionary plans of Hermann Friedrich Waesemann. As the name suggests, the bright red brick facade immediately attracts everyone's attention and gives the building a distinctive character.But the Red Town Hall is not just an architectural masterpiece. As the seat of the Governing Mayor and the Berlin Senate, it is the political heart of the capital. Visitors will be impressed by the impressive rooms such as the coat of arms hall, where the coats of arms of all Berlin districts sparkle in the windows. This room, which once served as a place for city meetings, is now a reception area for state guests and reflects the splendor and history of Berlin.History enthusiasts will appreciate the opportunity to discover the terracotta frieze, which depicts the history of Berlin up to the construction of the structure. And while the building suffered significant damage during World War II, its meticulous restoration is a testament to Berliners' resilience and commitment to their heritage.In the evening, when the Red Town Hall and the neighboring sights - the television tower, St. Mary's Church, the Neptune Fountain and the picturesque Nikolaiviertel - shine in soft light, the district becomes a magical place. Here, visitors can stroll through history, enjoy culinary delights in the surrounding restaurants or simply take in the atmospheric atmosphere.
February 25, 2023
rebuilt after the war
A little history
East Berlin center, also the end of East Berlin. They don't put many people to live here, because the houses are in the corners of the wall. They don't want them to be near the wall! The Jewish quarter is a bit isolated.
1989 the two outskirts of Los Berlines become the center of Berlin. 2 groups from West Berlin come to the Jewish neighborhood:not much capitalist investment in west berlin for geopolitical reasons. The USA sees West Berlin as an occasion for Western propaganda in the USSR.TO COMPETE WITH the communist government, the western governments offer finances and bque if you live in Berlin you are released from military service. Hippies, anarchists, etc. come to Berlin. young and alternative people. artists! West Berlin in the repopulation is transmuted into the capital of many artistic and cultural movements (70s/80s). On the contrary, the DDR did not send you to live in East Berlin if you are young, just the opposite of West Berlin.1989 the wall fell and the history of alternative Berlin began.the two collectives: graffiti artists who have entire neighborhoods completely cleaned up; the squatters! marshal plan. a businessman pools money from the marshal plan to tear down buildings in west berlin and rebuild them. Squatting movements are generated to save those houses and when the wall falls they find empty neighborhoods and neighborhoods. instead of houses, occupied social centers. which is a social center. capital of the European occupies movement. this is how alternative berlin is created!
June 26, 2023
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Location: Berlin, Germany