There are several rooms worth visiting in the City Hall - "The Badge Hall (with the badges of Berlin City and each district) is used to receive important guests; the most beautiful nine-meter-high cylindrical hall, with orange domes and a large number of classical busts, used to be a library in the City Hall, and after the renovation, the cylindrical hall often holds various exhibitions. After the reunification of Germany, the mayor of Berlin moved to work here. In front of the city hall is a sculpture made by Fritz Kremer, which symbolizes the rebuilding of their city by Berliners.
Red City Hall, the office of the mayor of Berlin. Its name derives from the design of red brick exterior walls. The new Renaissance architecture, built from 1861 to 1869, is designed in a complex multi-wing arch style with three inner courtyards. Originally used as a celebration, the spacious ceremonial hall served as the assembly hall of the East Berlin City Council until 1990 and became the administrative center after the unification of Berlin in 1991. Today, the emblem hall in the city hall is used to entertain VIPs; the largest banquet hall is used for various activities, such as reception and celebration ceremonies; the cylindrical hall, which was 9 meters high in the library, contains orange domes and a large number of classical statues, and holds various exhibitions all the year round, which is the most beautiful room in the city hall. Of course, the most conspicuous part of the building is the square tower 74 meters high, with red and white stripes and black bear patterns flying over the top of the tower. Address - "Rathausstrasse 15, 10178 Berlin How to arrive - "S-Bahn and U (S5, S7, S75, U8) to Alexander Plaza Station Alexanderplatz Bhf; Bus 100, 200, Airport Line TXL to Spandauer Str. / Marienkirche Station; Bus (248, M48, M48, N40, N40, N65, N8) to Berlin Red City Hall Station Berliner Rathauhauhaus; Tram (M4, M5, M5, M6) to Spanduer Strander or Alexander Strander or Alexander Strander Station or Alexander Strander Strander Str or Marienkirche Station Spandauer Str. / All Bhf stations are available. Tickets - "Free Opening Time - "Monday to Friday 9:00 - 18:00, may not be open to the public in case of special arrangements.
Berlin City Hall (German : Berliner Rathaus) is the official residence of the mayor of Berlin, with its prominent and striking facade as one of Berlin's landmarks. Because of its red appearance, it is called "Red City Hall". The original building was medieval. From 1861 to 1869, the Berlin City Hall was built on the design of Hermann Waesemann. It has a history of more than 140 years. This Italian neo-Renaissance architecture has three courtyards, numerous circular arches and a magnificent bell tower 74 meters high in the middle. Opening time - "9:00-18:00 ticket price from Monday to Friday - "free
Berlin City Hall is the official residence of the mayor of Berlin. With its prominent and striking facade, it has become one of the landmarks of Berlin. Because of its red appearance, it is called "Red City Hall". The original building was medieval. From 1861 to 1869, the Berlin City Hall was built on the design of Hermann Waesemann. It has a history of more than 140 years. This Italian neo-Renaissance architecture has three courtyards, numerous circular arches and a magnificent bell tower 74 meters high in the middle. Because of the red exterior wall and the tall bell tower, the building is very striking, but due to the enclosure construction in some areas, there is no complete appearance.
The brick red of the Red City Hall in Berlin is very unique and striking in this city. The architecture as a whole belongs to Renaissance style. It used to be the city hall of East Germany. Later, German unification became the seat of Berlin City Hall, which is of great historical significance.