The Steipe is a Gothic building on the main market in Trier.
The predecessor of the Steipe known today was already called Stype (Trierian for support) and is the oldest Trier community center, which was already used as a town hall for a time in the 14th century. The Steipe was built around 1430 as a festival and reception building for the citizenship at the confluence of Fleischstraße and Dietrichstraße in the main market and was extensively rebuilt between 1481 and 1483.
October 21, 2022
Trier is a very beautiful city that has something to offer for all generations. It is definitely worth a trip. Go there and see for yourself.
September 3, 2022
One of the oldest buildings in town. That building been through so much and had plenty of owners
October 13, 2022
The "Old Town Hall" fits in wonderfully with the front of the historic buildings on the main market. With today's use as a café, outdoor gastronomy is also included. Here you can linger and watch the hustle and bustle on the main market.
3 days ago
Formerly the town hall, today used as a cafe, among other things. Absolutely worth seeing
January 13, 2023
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