Located on the edge of Alexander Platz this larges red brick building is an impressive addition to any walking tour of central Berlin
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It was difficult to enjoy the outside of the building with ongoing construction in front, however inside upon entry took my breath away. A gorgeous red carpeted grand stairway as you look up is the type of thing you'd expect to see in a palace...More
The Red City Hall of Berlin was named for the color of its distinctive red-bricks. It was built between 1861-1869 in the style of North-Italian Renaissance It is said that the Rotes Rathaus was modelled on the Old Town Hall of Toruń, Poland, But they...More
For such an important German city, this city hall seems awfully small. It's still really beautiful though.
This building is one of the beauty of neo renaissance architecture highlights in Berlin. The red bricks color with amazing pattern and sculptures with gigantic beautiful interior is proof of the great eras of neo renaissance in Germany. Located very close or just minute walk...More
This is a lovely town hall, located in Alexander square. While the building was being renovated and a lot of construction was going on in its surroundings, we were still able to appreciate its lovely architecture (and color) from outside.
Rotes Rathaus is an absolutely stunning building located in the Mitte district of Berlin. The Town Hall is a massive building ,it easily dominates the immediate area,built in 1859 ,it was a government house,like most of the major historical structures in Berlin it was severely...More
Rottes Rathaus (Red Town Hall, in English) is the Town Hall building located in the centrical square called Alexanderplatz, in Berlin. The building is very beautiful and curious. Probably the best photo is the composition between Neptun fountain and the Rottes Rathaus. A must see...More