The building on the marketplace lost its function in 1978 as the seat of the city administration, since the capacity was no longer sufficient after the 1969 completed incorporations and in Nordstadt a new townhouse was built. However, it is still used by the city of Bonn as a representation object. Significant decisions and meetings outside the activities of the committees and the City Council continue to take place there. In addition, in the Old Town Hall important speeches and celebrations are held for the city. Within the scope of these tasks, besides the Lord Mayor, the Office of the Board of Directors of Fundamental Affairs and the Board of Directors International Affairs and Representation have their headquarters in the Old Town Hall. The city of Bonn offers the opportunity to marry on selected dates in the wedding hall of the Town Hall.
February 11, 2019
At the market is the historic Old Town Hall, the Good Stube Bonn. The building with the pretty rococo façade houses the representative rooms of the Lord Mayor. During the Bonn Capital Era, numerous state guests and crowned heads were received here, who have registered in the Golden Book of the city.
The Old Town Hall on Bonn's market square was built in 1737-38 in the style of the Rococo by the elector court architect Michael Leveilly; However, it was not completely completed until around 1780. The three-storey building has seven window axes and a mansard roof with dormers. It is listed as an architectural monument.
October 4, 2018
Behind the university directly at the market is the historic Old Town Hall, the good room of Bonn. The building with the pretty rococo façade houses the office and the representative rooms of the Lord Mayor. During the Bonn Capital Era, numerous state guests and crowned heads were received here, such as John F. Kennedy, Queen Elizabeth II, or Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary, who have signed up to the city's Golden Book.
October 4, 2018
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