Market place and city hall with honorary hall Goslar

 

The differently sized towers of the market place church overtone the market place with its city hall. The significance of the market fountain is obvious: It marks the center of the market place and thus the center of the city. It is crowned with the symbol of Goslar, the eagle. Goslar city hall is a "centennial structure". The eastern wing was built in the mid-15th century and was expanded over the next 400 years with new extensions. The overall appearance can be attributed to the 16th century during which the Hanseatic and free imperial city benefits from the mining boom. The honorary hall is a unique gem of late-Gothic interior design and was built in the 16th century.