Stralsunder Rathaus, Stralsund

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World heritage site · Historic Site · Tourist Spot
Nestled in the heart of one of Pomerania's most historic towns, Stralsunder Rathaus represents some of the finest Brick architecture in Germany, first referenced in records from the 13th century. You can't help but marvel at the impressive construction of the Gothic building set on the main town square. Intricate windows and spires adorn the building that is still used today as the head of Stralsund's administration. Keep an eye out for the colorful crests and coats of arms of former Hanseatic League members, located on several sides of the building. It has an unusual vaulted interior, open-ceilinged hallways, and a passage to the nearby Church of St. Nicholas. Put Stralsunder Rathaus on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Stralsund online tour planner.
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  • Although first mentions about the town hall comes from 13th century, when Stralsund, which at that time belonged to Principality of Rugen, has been given city rights, only around year 1400 to the...  more »
  • beautiful center of the city: the city hall with its passage, in hanseatic style is of course the eye catcher. It is nice that there is a gastronomic part inside.  more »
  • One of the most interesting buildings to see in Stralsund.
  • A delight for the eyes of a builder!
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