Rotes Rathaus

The Rotes Rathaus (red town hall) is an administrative building in Berlin, Germany. It’s name goes back to the red facade – not to the fact that for many years socialdemocratic policy was made here. It was the seat of the city council but is now only the seat of the mayor.

The building was erected in 1859 after an architectural pitch. It is inspired by the town hall in Torún (now Poland) and the cathedral of Laon, France. The granite came from Silesia. The tower of the building is 74 meters high.

Rotes Rathaus
Rathausstraße 15
10178 Berlin

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