The town hall of Hann. Münden looks back on a centuries-old history. Already in the 14th century the foundation stone was laid. As Hann. Münden introduced the staple right in the 17th century and all traders who drove on Werra and Fulda, their goods for a fee in Hann. Münden had to offer for sale, the city was in full bloom. Accordingly, the town hall in the style of the Weser Renaissance was expanded to its present form.
In addition to parts of the city administration here is the registry office. You will also find the Ratsbrauhaus in the cellar here.
October 17, 2018
Since its construction until today, the town hall has served as the seat of the city council and the city administration with the registry office.
The tourist information is also located in the building.
In the basement is the Ratsbrauhaus, which has been operated as a pub brewery again since 2003 and is recommended. The beer is brewed here in-house.
March 28, 2018
That is in the historical core of Hann. The town hall located in Münden dates from the 14th century and was rebuilt in the 17th century. The lower town hall has a hall that used to be the stock exchange and which is still adorned with large wall paintings showing extracts from the city's history. There is a carillon on the facade of the town hall, which shows a series of figures with scenes from the life of the craft surgeon Doktot Eisenbarth every day at 12, 3 and 5 p.m. and plays the song "I am the Doctor Eisenbart".
October 28, 2020
The carillon goes off every hour at the town hall. With the minstrel group of Doctor Eisenbart, who, as already said, pulls the "tooth" of time every hour.
The artfully carved figures and other wooden works of art on the town hall are also very beautiful.
I couldn't get enough of it and spent a long time in front of it. The tourist information office is located in the house and is happy to help out with brochures and a city map for a tour.
November 19, 2018
On every hike you should take a little more time to take a closer look at the beautiful buildings on the trails. The stories about these buildings are unique. And beware of the builders who, with such ingenuity and almost bare hands, built such works of art that still look so beautiful after these years.
June 30, 2020
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