Webers Hof (Hainstraße/Kleine Fleischergasse)

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Webers Hof is one of Leipzig's most important town houses, built during the transition from Renaissance to Baroque.

The building in Hainstraße 3 has been known as Webers Hof since 1875 and is one of the most important town houses in Leipzig's architectural history. It was built in 1662 as an arcade house, whereby the lower three storeys with early Baroque window frames, the two-storey wooden oriel window and the stair tower in the inner courtyard have been preserved in the design concept of the time.

The inner courtyard of Webers Hof was connected to the adjacent Barthels Hof in 1997.

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Webers Hof (Hainstraße/Kleine Fleischergasse)
Hainstraße 3
04109 Leipzig

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