To be precise, it is not a tower. It is a 30-story cylindrical building. The top floor is designed with an observation deck. There is a coffee shop on the 28th floor with seats along the windows for viewing. The viewing ticket is now 3.5 euros.
Yes, overlooking the city, the restaurant above is so expensive, nothing else
This is my fifth trip to Germany. This time I came to Jena. ※Introduction to attractions ※I found a tall building in Jena, which is much higher than the surrounding buildings. After asking a friend, it turned out to be the Jena Tower. The friend said that the tower is 159 meters high and is called the skyscraper in Jena. The city’s landmark building is located in the center of Jena; because its outer shape is a cylinder, it is nicknamed "biscuit roll" (I think it is also like a bucket). Järnta is the tallest commercial building in eastern Germany and ranks ninth in the German tallest building list. My friend told me some of its history, which is a bit tortuous. It was designed and built for a scientific research company called "Carl Zeiss" and used as the research building of a scientific research company. Later, due to shortage of operating funds, it was in 1999. It was purchased by a mysterious investor and continued to invest funds. In 2001, the Yen Tower was renovated and refurbished. After adding two floors to the top floor, it reached the current 159 meters. The top of the building was also equipped with communication system equipment. The current user unit is the University of Jena. When I came to the tower, I saw the sky blue tempered glass used for the outer glass curtain wall, and there was a bustling shopping mall on the bottom of the tower. After a while, I came to the 28th floor of the restaurant of the building. The 29th floor is also the food and beverage floor. The world's food is gathered. I enjoy the food while watching the panoramic view of Jena. It feels very condescending. ※Tips ※Opening hours: 7:00-23:00 on weekdays, 8:00-23:00 on Saturdays, and closed on Sundays. Viewing time: about 120 minutes.