Bremen City Hall

Bremen City Hall


Symbol of 600 years of Bremen's city history

Built in 1405, Bremen’s impressive town hall is still the seat of the state government and local self-government of the Hanseatic City of Bremen. The doors of Bremen’s town hall are always open to visitors – whether for guided tours of the 600-year history of the town hall, exhibitions, a visit to the Ratskeller or to one of the markets that often take place in the Lower Town Hall. In 2004, the historic building was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List together with Roland, a landmark of the city. The statue Roland, which is over 10 metres high, dates back to the Middle Ages and symbolises the rights, privileges and freedom of the Hanseatic city.


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