The Old Town Hall of Regensburg, Germany

Regensburg is a city in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated at the confluence of Danube and Regen rivers. It has been included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage since 2006.

I have below some images of the Old Town Hall of Regensburg. Its constructions have evolved in the 13th centruy.

Old Town Hall in Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany-

These images were taken during our visit last August 2010.

Today the buildings can be roughly divided into three parts: the centre is formed by the old patrician castle, consisting of the tower and the great hall to the west of it. On the left there is the building used by the Imperial Diet with the city scribe’s house, and on the right the Baroque town hall. The oldest part is the former patrician castle with a high tower.

 
 

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