It belongs to the Italian Renaissance style. It was the private residence of the mayor of Lucerne at that time Ritter, and now it is the office of the city government. ...
The Ritter Palace was built in 1557 next to the Jesuit Church in the Italian Renaissance style. It was then the private residence of the mayor of Lucerne, Lux Ritter, and is now the seat of the city government.
It’s very beautiful, but it’s a pity that I’m late, so hurry up, friends
Adjacent to the west side of the Jesuit Church, the building has an Italian Renaissance style
It's a place worth visiting, I love it, it's beautiful