The old Munich City Hall is located on the east side of Maria Square in downtown Munich. It was the Munich City Hall before 1874. It is now used by representatives of the Munich City Council. Munich's old city hall was first documented in 1310. It is a Gothic style building. The famous hall was built in 1392-1394. The city gate used to be a spire. From 1470 to 1480, the old city hall was redesigned as a late Gothic style, and its elevation was changed during the Renaissance. From 1861 to 1864, it was rebuilt as a new Gothic style. The building was badly damaged during World War II and its spire was not rebuilt until 1971-1974. Very beautiful building, bright color, really unlike a building with such a long history.
The old and new city halls are next to each other. Nearby is the pedestrian street in the business district. Girls can certainly spend a whole day shopping. There used to be a cathedral across the street from home.... Seeing similar buildings in Europe, I felt kind and full of memories.
It is strongly recommended that you go in and have a look in the yard. Many foreign countries are rich in stone, the buildings are magnificent and retained, most of us are wooden buildings and almost destroyed. Up to the fourth floor, you can buy tickets to the top floor to see Munich's appearance, which is a small tower with a diameter of 10 meters. A large book is placed on the windowsill for signature, and the walls are full of paintings. It is not good to suggest not to write on the walls, and people will not brush it again in a few years, haha. When I came down the stairs from the fourth floor, I found many rooms were still occupied by people, and the interior of the building was also shocked. They are not really a bustling city with high-rise buildings. They are all ancient German buildings with many churches. Anyway, it's well protected, and it's still playing its role. It's terrific.
The tall tower where the astronomical clock is located is the tower of the old city hall. It is the first city hall in Bohemia. After John of Luxembourg granted Prague autonomy in 1338, Bohemia's first city hall was built. In 1364, a 69.5-meter-high tower was built. In 1381, Peter Paller designed and built a chapel. In 1410, an astronomical clock was built. In 1945, the New Gothic East Wing building, which was badly damaged by the German army in the Prague Uprising, was demolished by resolution in 1947. Only part of it was left to ensure the stability of the tower. The North became a small park to commemorate the victims of the uprising. Inside the city hall, visitors can come in, as well as group guides. The ticket office is in the door on the right side of the clock. After buying tickets, it goes out to the door on the left side of the clock and enters.
Munich's Old City Hall was built before 1874 in the eastern Hall of Maria Square. It was rebuilt into a new Gothic City Hall during the Renaissance in 1392. The old city hall served as the top of the old city hall. It was severely damaged during World War II. It was not rebuilt until 1971 that it could be used by City Council representatives. There are toy museums in the building. Inside visit
Like many buildings in Munich, the old city hall was completely destroyed in World War II. In fact, the history of the old city hall can be traced back to the 14th century, so when rebuilt, the architect restored the original Gothic style of the 15th century, using the design elements of floor windows and Gothic gables. Part of the old city hall is now a toy museum, displaying a variety of mechanical forms. Toys, including Barbie dolls and teddy bears since 1960, are loved by big friends and children.
The Old Munich City Hall (Altes Rathaus), a Gothic building on Maria Square, was built in the 15th century and rebuilt after being struck by lightning and bombarded by artillery shells, not far from the new city hall. Now the most attractive part of it is the Toy Museum.
Munich in summer is beautiful, not very hot air and fresh, the sky is very blue, with all kinds of flowers and plants, it seems that the Gothic church is solemn. If you don't want to run a lot of sights and you don't understand the church, then Munich is enough. There is food and play around, and transportation is convenient.