Townhall

Townhall, Marktbreit: Address, Phone Number, Townhall Reviews: 4.5/5


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Tim D
Altdorf, Germany560 contributions
Perfect for photos
May 2018 • Couples
A super beautiful building with historical bits of information etched into ever corner. This is a must see for lovers of history and smaller cities. Spend the time and see it all!
Written 27 May 2018
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Ralf K
Wurzburg, Germany1,456 contributions
Nice Renaissance town hall
May 2017 • Friends
This town hall was built between 1579 until 1600 from the stonemason Hans Keesebrod on behalf of the baron Georg Ludwig from Seinsheim. It is built in a renaissance style and is associated to a town gate which was built as a bridge over a small creek. At the corner and the gable top you will find St. Georg who killed the dragon. The statue at the gable has been the symbol of the customs law for the shipping of the river Main. The statue at the corner of the town hall symbolized the market justice. On the first floor you will find the festival hall and the rich paneled former council chamber. You can see it with a guided tour.
Written 14 May 2017
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DonPaulo
Richmond, Virginia1,289 contributions
Worth a small detour if you are in the area.
Apr 2014 • Couples
Franconia is blessed with a rich variety of very nice town halls. Marktbreit's is out of the ordinary for the region. It's elaborate stone architecture is evidence of the town's prosperity and significance during the Middle Ages.
Written 6 April 2014
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folieske4
Antwerp, Belgium7,285 contributions
Quit large
Aug 2011
Renaissance, built in 1579 by stonemason and artisan Hans Keesenbrod from Segnitz. Beautiful East facade, Gothic spiral staircase and a wooden panels executed historical Ceremonial hall. On the corner, as well as at the gable is the statue of Knight St. Georg who slains the Dragon with his Lance. The statue was the symbol of the customs law of the Main-navigation and for captains on the river visible from afar. It symbolizes the municipal righteousness.
Written 4 December 2011
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