From: Lübeck, Germany
The Lübeck Town Hall is in the center of the Altstadt, facing the Markt (public
market) on one side and the Marienkirche on the other. The building is made up
of several parts, with the oldest dating to the 13th Century.
The exterior staircase (small photo) is a 1952 copy of the original
Renaissance stairs from 1594, which were destroyed by World War II
Photo: Lübeck Travemünde Tourismus / Sven-Erik
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