Cafés, restaurants, a goldsmith's shop, and other
businesses occupy the ground floors of the 19th Century houses in the
This square was once the easternmost trading center of
the Holy Roman Empire. Today, it hosts a medieval market during the
Krämerbrückenfest (Merchant's Bridge Festival) in the middle of June.
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