Red Townhall

Local nameRotes Rathaus
LocationBerlin, Germany

Designed by Hermann Waesemann and built in 1869, this town hall's style reproduces the Italian Renaissance. It is mainly noticeable because of its distinctive red-coloured walls, hence the name. The official residence of the Governing Mayor and the city's government, it is also home to a portrait gallery of Berlin's honorary citizens.

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Opening hours

Due to occasional events, the building may be sometimes closed to visitors.

Admission

Free admission.

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotes_Rathaus

Phone +49 30 9026-2032

Address 15 Rathausstraße, 10178, Berlin, DE

Coordinates 52°31'5.754" N 13°24'30.695" E

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