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Discover the old town of Bremen and follow in the footsteps of the Bremen Town Musicians. Stroll through the marketplace...
...ights of the Hanseatic city including the town hall, Bremen Cathedral, the Bremen Roland, and the Bremen Town Musicians.
The Bremen Town Hall is the seat of the President of the Senate and Mayor of Bremen, and an architecturally significant ensemble that survived the Allied bombings of World War II which destroyed a major part of the city.
The Bremen Town Hall is the seat of the President of the Senate and Mayor of Bremen, and an architecturally significant ensemble that survived the Allied bombings of World War II which destroyed a major part of the city. Along with the Roland Statue in front, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for symbolizing civic autonomy, free markets and sovereignty during the Holy Roman Empire era. The 15th century Old Town Hall is a 2-storey Gothic Saalgeschossbau, with Weser Renaissance additions from the 17th century renovation, during which elaborate sandstone reliefs were also added to the facade. The 17th century also witnessed a few Baroque modifications. The New Town Hall is a 3-storey Neo-Renaissance building built from 1909 to 1913. The 5.5 metre tall statue of Roland depicts the Margrave of Brittany, a paladin of Charlemagne, as the protector of the city.
Am Markt 21, 28195 Bremen, Germany
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Die Bremer Stadtmusikanten or Town Musicians of Bremen is a bronze sculpture based on the eponymous fairytale by Brothers Grimm
Bremer Loch is an underground collection box in Marktplatz which emits sounds of the fabled Town Musicians of Bremen when coins are dropped into it
Bremen's striking Market Square is the heart of the city, with the UNESCO World Heritage listed Town Hall and Roland on it, as well as important buildings including Haus der Bürgerschaft, Rathscafe, and Raths-Apotheke
Der Tröpfler fountain stands outside the entrance to Börsenhof
The towering Bremen Cathedral on the market square has a history dating back to the 8th century, and has been rebuilt several times over the years
Böttcherstraße is a historic street in the heart of Bremen that is noted for its impressive architectural emsemble
Haus der Wissenschaft hosts presentations and exhibitions on science and contemporary research
Kinetisches Objekt is a public art installation of hollow stainless steel hemispheres arranged around different axes, which move with the blowing wind like machine parts