[Scenery] Bamberg’s landmark building, also known as the Water City Hall, is built on an artificial island in the river, with both sides connected to the land by stone bridges. It is said that the bishop was unwilling to divide his site to build a city hall for the people, so the locals built such a building in the Regnitz River. Standing on the wooden bridge on the south side, watching the rushing river rushing through the old city hall that has been standing in the river for hundreds of years, I couldn't help feeling and admiring. The position he had no choice but to choose made him unique. Presumably, this result was a result that neither the bishop nor the citizens had expected. [Fun] The unique architectural style can be seen from a distance, while the prosperous paintings can be seen up close. It is now the Bamberg History Museum, which can be visited inside. [Value for money] The small wooden bridge opposite is the best place to see the whole city hall
Bamberg’s old town hall looks like a long strange building. The traditional red-roofed orange wooden house protrudes from the bridge deck. The Roman tower behind it is inlaid with baroque reliefs, and the wall of the building on the other side of the tower It is a fresco with religious themes. The overall style is mixed, superimposing the aesthetics of different ages.