The new town hall, which was built in 1901 and completed in 1913, has a magnificent appearance. Hermann Eggert is responsible for the design and construction. On the first floor, there is a lot of space to show the appearance of World War II and the present city of Hanover. There are government offices on the second floor. When I went there, they happened to have two meetings. You can buy tickets from the tourist center on the first floor to the top floor of the tower for 3 euros per person. First take the elevator to the third floor and then transfer. A very special radian elevator goes to the top floor of the tower. The total building is 9773 meters high. After going up, the scenery is very beautiful. You can have a 360-degree view of Hanover. The upper wind is very strong and the buildings are shaking slightly. Everyone can stay on the roof for 30-45 minutes. The most unfortunate thing is that it closes at 6:30 p.m., otherwise it's the best place to view Hanover at night.
What I didn't know at first glance was that it was a palace. In fact, it was the city hall of Hanover. Although it was the office of the government, it allowed visitors to visit it. There are two pairs of city models in the city hall, one is Hanover after World War II bombing, the other is the new city after Hanover people's hard work and wisdom construction, in contrast to feel a strong spirit of endless.
The greening around the city hall is very good. In autumn, the trees are golden and yellow. It's very romantic. There is a lake behind it. There are a group of pigeons swimming. When you feed them, they keep approaching you. They are not afraid of people at all. The facade construction of the city hall is also unique.
Very beautiful green building, the ground floor has four Hanover models of different periods, and then buy tickets and take the elevator to the roof, a little scared, it is worth going up not only the scenery is good, the elevator is also unique, inclined online, there are beautiful women accompanied by awkward chat.
Hanover's new town hall is an absolute landmark, destroyed during World War II and redecorated after World War II. There are four large sand tables in the Town Hall, which show the changes of Hanover in ancient times and around World War II. The interior and exterior decorations of the building are very beautiful.
The City Hall ramp elevator can try to get a 360-degree view of Hanover from an adult 3-Euro fare elevator up the stairs.
Very beautiful place, with historical background, beautiful scenery, white swans and ducks in the lake attract tourists to stop and watch.