Located on Prague's largest square (Charles Square), the current New Town Hall is a remnant of the 14th-century original ... More
New Town Hall (Novomestská radnice)
Located on Prague's largest square (Charles Square), the current New Town Hall is a remnant of the 14th-century original and the site of the city's first demonstration. Encouraged by Hussite leaders, an angry gang stormed the town hall demanding the release of Hussite prisoners and eventually threw Catholic officials to their death below. A statue of Jan Zelivsky, a Hussite preacher and all-round hell raiser from the time, stands in front of the structure which was renovated in the 1990s.
The Town Hall (Københavns Rådhus) is a popular building, located at Rådhuspladsen (the Town Hall Square). Designed by Martin Nyrop,
the Town Hall was constructed in the years 1892 to 1905, the model for it being the town hall ...
The Town Hall and Roland on the marketplace of Bremen in northwest Germany are outstanding representations of the civic and
trading rights as they developed in the Holy Roman Empire in Europe. The old town hall was built as ...
The Town Hall, on one side of the main market square, was designed by C.L. Engel in 1833. This gorgeous
light blue building was originally a hotel. In 1913 it was turned into the town hall, and during the ...