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Built in the 14th century as a patrician house, the Rathaus in Salzburg was the City Hall till 1947 when the Mayor and city council moved to Schloss Mirabell.
Built in the 14th century as a patrician house, the Rathaus in Salzburg was the City Hall till 1947 when the Mayor and city council moved to Schloss Mirabell. The 4-storey building has a Rococo stone façade from the 18th century, and has a Justitia statue above the entrance which goes back to the time it was also a court of justice. The square tower at one corner was part of the first city walls. While the ground floor has shops, the other levels still function as the seat of administrative bodies. The former meeting room of the council, which features striking Tuscan columns and pilasters, hosts cultural events and art exhibitions.
Kranzlmarkt 1, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
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