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Alte Ratswaage

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  • Tbrnds

    The building was erected to accommodate the council scales. Today it houses the tourist information.

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    • November 4, 2018

  • Heiner

    There is now a small café with a shop in the Alte Stadtwaage. In C times, the boss sells potato soup and grilled sausage at the side door.

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    • January 16, 2021

  • MR.S


    The Ratswaage, a small half-timbered house, 300 years ago offered local farmers the opportunity to weigh their goods and thus sell them at a real price. Today the tourist information of Angermünde is located here. Here you can find maps of the city and surroundings, souvenirs and lots of good advice for your stay in the city. The Angermünder Markt is extensive - an indication of the former extensive and lively trade. It is lined with partly historic half-timbered buildings and partly commercial buildings from the early years. An eye-catcher is an impressive half-timbered town house. It is over 250 years old and still serves as a residential and commercial building after the renovation.

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    • May 17, 2020

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Location: Angermünde, Uckermark, Brandenburg, Germany

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