The city hall of Rostock on the Neue Markt square dates back to the 13th century. Its architecture is a mixture of two styles. A Baroque porch expanded the Gothic building in the 18th century.
Of five town gates, only one is left. The Marientor is a gate dating back to 1445. It consists of a tower with the for the region typical conical roof and a barbican covered by a late Gothic wall-walk.
The old town hall on the Old Market Square dates back to 13th century. It is the landmark of the city and one of the most important secular buildings of North German Brick Gothic architecture. I was especially impressed by the huge show facade.
The Kornmesserhaus is one of the most beautiful Gothic secular buildings of Austria. It was built around 1500. More…