The city hall was built between 1886 and 1897, with a total cost of 5.5 million to replace the old city hall destroyed by the fire in 1842. Hamburg City Hall is one of the famous attractions in Hamburg. It has 647 rooms, six more than Buckingham Palace in Britain. Its interior decoration style is the new Renaissance, Baroque and classical style. Walking into the city hall, visitors first saw the hall supported by 16 stone pillars, 64 reliefs standing on the pillars commemorating Hamburg celebrities. The second floor of the city hall is the seat of the authority. The statues of 20 famous German emperors stand between the windows. There are conference rooms, Council hall, banquet hall, citizen hall, emperor hall, tower hall, mayor hall, orphan hall and Phoenix hall. In the banquet hall, visitors can see five giant murals reflecting the historical development of Hamburg. The Emperor's Hall was originally the place where the Son of Heaven summoned his ministers, but now it is the VIP reception hall. The mayor's reception room is at the northernmost end of the second floor.
One rainy day, drizzle intermittently. Pedestrians rarely carry umbrellas, and I am one of them, enjoying the cool, no backpack, no umbrella, walking alone. Compared with last night, there were fewer passers-by and less noise in the city, probably because of the working day. All kinds of buildings I encounter on the road make me feel much better. The city still has its own flavor and rhythm.
The architectural style of Hamburg City Hall is New Renaissance style and magnificent classical sandstone architecture. He is known as one of the most gorgeous city halls in Europe. He carved many German totems and sculptures on the walls of the city hall, which also added some mystery to it.
Hamburg, Germany's second largest city, was also one of the most bombed cities in Germany before the end of World War II. In many places, traces of the bombing can be seen and the German government's protection of these traces is admired. The German people may have infiltrated their blood. (shyness) (shyness)
This is the most iconic building in Hamburg. It's only one kilometre away from the railway station, and it's totally walkable. In front of it is a big square, and it can reach most of the Hamburg scenic spots. It's also very convenient to take the subway. The city hall is free to visit. Since there are many municipal businesses here, I came to see many people queuing to mourn the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris, so I suggest that if you don't know, don't queue up casually. The city hall here is free to visit. However, because of the need for office work above the 2nd floor, the team can only make an appointment to visit. I had a bad time, so I went shopping alone. There is a very beautiful fountain of bronze statues in the courtyard. Two side doors behind the front desk allow direct access. But if you don't ask, it's probably hidden. It is suggested that we take half an hour to look at it. In the Middle Ages, Hamburg was a very wealthy port and commercial city. So although the city hall has a long history, it still looks magnificent. And many of the Hamburg tourist souvenirs are based on this city hall as the main symbol, similar to our Oriental Pearl.
In particular, I like the words inscribed on the front door of Hamburg City Hall "Freedom won by our ancestors should be cherished by future generations". The ancient stone walls record a heavy history in exchange for the prosperity of today's cities. The exterior wall is made of large pieces of cut sandstone, with unique style. The upper end of the second-floor arch of the City Hall is engraved with the golden Latin script - "freedom won by the ancestors, and future generations should safeguard it with dignity.
Hamburg City Hall is one of the most striking buildings in Hamburg City. Located near the beautiful Lake Aster, it is a new Baroque style building. The carved beams and painted buildings are full of historical and artistic meanings. For example, the gilded Imperial Eagle on the Bell Tower is the symbol of German unity. The patio in the middle of the city hall is open to tourists. You can also make an appointment to guide tours and visit several ornate interior buildings. The room.
City Hall is located in the centre of Hamburg. It's also convenient to walk from the railway station. It's magnificent and has beautiful interior decoration. It can be visited free of charge. The front square is also open. If you're lucky, you can also see the performance of the police band.
Hamburg City Hall is located in Hamburg, Germany, near the beautiful Neil Alster Lake. It is backed by the Stock Exchange and connected with the Nel Alster Lake multi-arch corridor in the east. Hamburg City Hall is an exquisite and luxurious city hall with a new Renaissance architectural style. The city hall was built between 1886 and 1897 to replace the old one burned by the fire in 1842. Hamburg City Hall is one of the famous attractions in Hamburg. It has 647 rooms, six more than Buckingham Palace in Britain. Its interior decoration style is the new Renaissance, Baroque and classical style. Walking into the city hall, visitors first saw the hall supported by 16 stone pillars, 64 reliefs standing on the pillars commemorating the famous Hamburg figures, and 20 statues of famous German emperors standing between the windows. Both government and parliament have seats in town halls. Municipal Hall is very worth visiting. Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 10:00-17:00, Saturday and Sunday: 10:00-13:00. Tour guides in English and German are available every hour. Ticket: 4 Euros.