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The Old Guildhall of Leipzig - Leipzig Museum of Local History

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The old guildhall Leipzig, one of Germany's most beautiful Renaissance buildings, is the heart of the "Stadtgeschichtliches Museum".

The first building on the square invites you to take an exciting journey back through the centuries in Leipzig, the city of trade, the city of fairs and the city of 1989’s “peaceful revolution.”

The Old Town Hall is the heart of the Stadtgeschichtliches Museum.Visit our permanent exhibition in one the most beautiful Renaissance buildings in Germany. Meet Hieronymus Lotter (1497-1580), master builder to the Electors, Mayor of Leipzig and the man who directed the construction of the Altes Rathaus in 1556 on the foundations of the previous late Gothic town hall first built in 1480 in the street “Am Loche.” 

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The Old Guildhall of Leipzig - Leipzig Museum of Local History
Markt 1
04109 Leipzig
Deutschland

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Phone: +49 (0) 341 965130
Fax: +49 341 / 9651352
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Website: www.stadtgeschichtliches-museum-leipzig.de

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