"The town hall complex consists of 3 different old buildings: the so-called" Old Town Hall "on the north side of the market square, the" Wilhelminische Bau "and the" Grupello House "on the west side.
The Wilhelminische Bau was built around 1875 on the site of the old city theater and was rebuilt after the war.
The "Grupello House" was once the residence of the creator of the Jan Wellem equestrian statue. "Source: duesseldorf-tourismus.de/sehenswuerdigkeiten/rathaus
December 5, 2016
The old town is the historical, political and cultural center of the state capital. In the district are u.a. the Town Hall, the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen and the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. Large parts of the old town are pedestrian streets with numerous shops and restaurants. Over half a square kilometer, over 300 pubs, discotheques and restaurants gather here, which have the Old Town the reputation of the "longest bar in the world" sung in the "Altbierlied". The Rheinuferpromenade is the frontline of the old town to the Rhine. To the northeast, the old town is bordered by the courtyard garden, to the south it goes into the Carlstadt, to the east in the district Stadtmitte.
May 25, 2015
The history of construction and use of the City Hall of the City of Dusseldorf dates back to the years 1570/73 in the oldest parts of the building. Since then, the city center, located in the middle of the old town and in the immediate vicinity of the Rhine, has been the seat of the city council and the municipal administration. Until 1806, the oldest parts of the building, the old town hall, also served as a meeting place for the estates of the Duchies of Jülich-Berg.  The main entrance and the representative view are on the market square enclosed by the town hall.
January 2, 2018
A striking address, a venerable wall. The Düsseldorf City Hall, built by Heinrich Tussmann, has been standing at Marktplatz 1, the north side of the central market square, for almost 450 years.Since then, a lot of water has flowed down the Rhine, no wonder that the town hall has been renovated and expanded several times over the centuries. The “Grupello Building” followed in 1705 and about 180 years later, i.e. three centuries after the first building, the “Wilhelmine Building” became. built. Another wing of the building complex, Marktplatz 6, comes from the post-war period. To rule from the heart of the old town and thus close to the citizen, this tradition has lived on here for centuries. There is a lot of closeness to the citizens around Christmas: Then the market square around the Jan Wellem equestrian monument is the romantic backdrop for the Düsseldorf Christmas market.duesseldorf-tourismus.de/attraktionen/rathaus-66e457130b
December 13, 2020
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