Bremen looks back on 1,200 years of history and tradition. The market square with the historical buildings and the house of the citizenry represents the center of the Hanseatic city. On the west side from left to right are the savings bank with the facade from 1755, next to it the council pharmacy and the "Akzise" from 1595 (replaced by a New building in 1830) as well as the "German House" from more recent times.
October 3, 2018
The Bremen market square is not only one of the oldest public squares in the city, but also one of the most beautiful. Surrounded by many buildings worth seeing, you shouldn't miss the gem in the heart of the city!
The Bremen market square is counted among the most beautiful in Europe. Where once there was brisk trade, events such as the Christmas market or the "Kleine Freimarkt" invite you to socialize on a total area of 3,484 square meters, while the many adjacent buildings are not only popular photo opportunities, but also want to be discovered by you. A particularly interesting eye-catcher is the town hall, which, together with the Bremen Roland, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But St. Petri-Dom, Bürgerschaft and Schütting also have an exciting story to tell.
October 14, 2020
To the right of the Heralds is the New Town Hall. It was built between 1909 and 1913 based on designs by Gabriel von Seidl, an architect from Munich. Architecturally, the new fits in perfectly with the old town hall. It is also due to this fact that both parts were included in the UNESCO list as an ensemble with the Roland on the market square. The New Town Hall houses the mayor, the Senate Chancellery and the state government in its premises.
October 30, 2020
The Bremen market square is located in the center of the Hanseatic city and is one of the oldest public squares in Bremen. On the good 3,484 square meter open space, open into the five streets and connect to the two other places, nowadays no market takes place. Exceptions are the Christmas and the small Freimarkt. Locals also refer to the market place as the "parlor" of the city. His mailing address is Am Markt.
May 19, 2017
"The New Town Hall in Bremen has been located in the district Mitte, district Altstadt next to the Bremen Town Hall at the Domshof and on the back square Our Lady's Cemetery, opposite the Bremen Cathedral, which has been designed as a subtle extension of the Old Town Hall since 1973 The city hall of Bremen was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 2004 together with the Roland of Bremen. " Source and further information: de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neues_Rathaus_(Bremen)
March 26, 2018
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