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Old city hall

Old city hall

It catches the eye of the observer from afar: the imposing tower of the Old Town Hall. In the 13th century, the building was erected on the central market square, which occupies the first place among the secular buildings in Regensburg. After various additions and alterations, today one can admire the three-part building complex, consisting of the town hall tower and the adjoining palace, as well as the Gothic imperial hall building and the Baroque town hall.

In the bright yellow part of the Old Town Hall, the imperial assemblies convened by the emperor were held from 1594. From 1663 to 1806, the Perpetual Diet met there in the former dance hall from the first half of the 14th century. It was there that the well-known German phrases "to put something off" and "to sit at the green table" originated

Today, the barrier-free Tourist Information is located on the first floor. The magnificent Reichssaal directly above and the Fragstatt in the basement of the town hall can be visited during daily guided tours.

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Tourist Information
Old City Hall, Rathausplatz 4
93047 Regensburg
Phone+49 941 507-4410

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