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Review of Townhall

Townhall
Reviewed December 4, 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.

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