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Sightseeing in Hann. Münden

Rathaus (Town Hall), Hann. Münden, Germany

Sightseeing in Hann. Münden

Hann. Münden has a small but delightful old town, with impressive half-timbered buildings, which can be explored in a little over an hour. Among its main attractions are the following:

  • Hann. Münden Rathaus
    • Hann. Münden's Weser Renaissance-style Rathaus (Town Hall), originally built between 1603 and 1619, showcases all the features of that architectural style, including an interesting center portal, three decorative gables... See more

  • St Blasius-Kirche
    • St Blasius-Kirche, close to the Rathaus, also holds some historical interest. It largely dates from the 15th and 16th centuries, although its choir and east portals are older, dating from the 13th century. Inside the church, you can still view... See more

  • Alte Werrabrücke
    • The Alte Werrabrücke (Old Wera Bridge) is another of Hann. Münden's landmarks. Built in roughly 1250, it is one of northern Germany's oldest stone bridges and still in regular, daily use. In fact, the Sydekumstraße, lined with lovely... See more

  • Welfenschloss
    • The Welfenschloss (Palace of the Guelph family) was built between 1562 and 1584 in the Weser Renaissance style to replace the previous palace that had burned to the ground. Also in the palace is the Städtisches Museum which... See more

  • Tillyschanze
    • Tillyschanze, a commemorative observation tower with a crenelated roof, built between 1881 to 1885, to remember the defiance of the citizens of Hann. Münden during the siege of the town by the Count of... See more

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