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Ulm City hall is the main building in the old town of Ulm, a city located in the south part of Germany. It is located in a beautiful square in the center of the city. The building is old and it is totally restored. An...More
As we strolled through Ulm on a cool autumn day we walked past the Town Hall (Rathaus), built in 1370. This building features some brilliantly colored renaissance murals on the façade dating from the mid-16th century. On the gable is an astronomical clock dating from...More
In their enthusiasm to ban vehicles by manufacturers that haven't faked their emissions statistics, the authorities of Ulm appear to have completely overlooked their responsibility to provide parking and public transport links to the town centre for vehicles that they have banned from entering it....More
Beautiful medieval Rathaus is the pearl of the city! It is hard to believe that all of its decorations are only paintings on its flat walls. Each painting tells its own story. A must-see during your city tour!