Town hall Suhl

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Town hall Suhl

The listed red town hall is located at Marktplatz 1 at the corner of Steinweg von Suhl .


After the predecessor of 1590 several times, most recently in 1753 burned out, he was two 1812-17 bullets increased . In 1902/1903 the town hall was rebuilt by Rudolf Ludloff . The exterior of the façades was embellished in 1913 in the neo-baroque style . In the middle there is a small tail gable or a triangular gable . Corner stones made of ashlar plaster are applied to the dark plastered facades on the ground floor . The two upper floors are structured by a colossal order of pilasters , the windows are drilled there . From the hip roof of the building rises a roof turret as a small clock tower .


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Coordinates: 50 ° 36 ′ 37.7 "  N , 10 ° 41 ′ 35.2"  E