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The New Town Hall (German: Neues Rathaus) in Hanover, Germany, is a city hall and was opened on July 20, 1913, after having been under construction for 12 years. It is a magnificent, castle-like building of the era of Wilhelm II in eclectic style at the southern edge of the inner city (outside of the historic city centre of Hanover). The building is embedded in the 10-hectare (25-acre) Maschpark. The Old Town Hall is no longer used as the main seat of administration, but houses businesses and the registry office.
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One is free to enter the New Town Hall and roam its room s as much as they want. The main hall and staircase look exceptional. For a ~4 fee one can be taken by the elevator to the observation deck. As elevator is quite small and quite slow, it might take a long time before your queie comes. The view from the observation deck is great, tho.
Hanover town hall is set in a lovely park with a lake. Really nice to stroll around after lunch or breakfast. The interior is impressive particularly the staircse. Entrance is free. The New Town Hall (German: Neues Rathaus) in Hanover was opened on July 20, 1913. It is a magnificent, castle-like buildiing of Wilhelm II in eclectic style at the southern edge of the inner city. The building is situated in the Maschpark. Well worth a visit.
One of the highlights of Hannover is the Neues Rathaus or New Town Hall in English. This magnificent building has a beautiful backdrop of water and gardens worth visiting it also has a sweeping forecourt leading up to the entrance steps. Once in side you can ride the elevator to the top of the town hall and climb a few stairs to a panoramic viewing area and take in amazing views of all of Hannover and as far as the eye or your camera lens can see. Not to be missed for lovers of architecture and photography lovers alike. Simply breathtaking.
In winter days, the dome at the third floor will be closed. Little disappointed.
A tall huge building, inside of which is also wide and.thorough.
Beautiful building, very good view over the city
Tremendous looking building, somewhat out of proportion given the size of Hannover as a city. But that's what you get when British royal family have roots in your city. It's free to enter, and interior is equally amazing, with great miniatures how city looked and developed during the history.Highly recommended.
I wish the city hall in my hometown could be beautiful like this one is. 😍
Hanover landmark! Georgeous architecture. You should try to use the lift to get the top. It is the old wooden lift! There is city miniature after World War II inside, where you can see Hanover ruins. Behind the town hall is a big nice garten in direction to Maschsee.