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Hamburger Rathaus (Hamburg City ll)
2023-01-21 | อ่าน

Hamburger Rathaus (Hamburg City Hall), Hamburg

The old city hall was destroyed in 1842, and it took until 1897 for the new city hall to be inaugurated. Hamburg City Halls exterior has a Neo-Renaissance style. This massive building has an interior area of 17,000 square meters (182,986 square feet). The tower is 112 meters (367 feet) tall.

The new city hall was built to show Hamburgs immense wealth and prosperity. It is the seat of Hamburgs parliament, mayor, and senate. Heads of State such as Emperor Haile Salassie I, Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, and Queen Elizabeth II have been received in this impressive building.

The buildings elaborate facade features 20 statues of emperors. The main entrance features a wrought iron gate. Dont miss the entrance halls 16 sandstone pillars. Portraits adorning the pillars represent 68 Hamburg citizens. The imposing Sardinian marble staircase depicts the journey of life.

The Imperial Hall has a painted ceiling that depicts German merchant shipping, while pressed leather wall coverings decorate the walls. A phoenix representing Hamburgs recovery after the 1842 fire stands above the fireplace in Phoenix Hall.

The Senate chamber features a glass roof that fills the chamber with light and represents ancient open-air council meetings.

In the Grand Ballroom, visitors will find enormous paintings showing Hamburgs history from 800 to 1900. The impressive chandeliers have 278 lights each.

Hamburg City Halls lobby is open to the public and is used for exhibitions and concerts. The balcony features a mosaic featuring the citys coat of arms and motto and depicts Hamburgs patron goddess Hammonia.

The courtyard features a fountain representing Hygieia, the Greek goddess of health and hygiene.Image Courtesy of Wikimedia and Heidas.

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