Wangen im Allgäu Town Hall

Wangen im Allgäu Town Hall


Administrative seat from the High Middle Ages

Directly on the market square stands one of the most representative buildings in the old town: the town hall of Wangen im Allgäu. The building was erected in the High Middle Ages in Baroque style and as part of the town wall. As part of an extension, the town hall was enlarged and some Romanesque and Gothic elements were added. The elaborate paintings have been restored and are well preserved. The interior of the town hall in Wangen im Allgäu is also well worth seeing. In addition to the representative council hall, this is especially true of the baroque staircase. Here you can admire a picture of the town dating from 1617. The town’s granary used to be located in the attic.


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