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Town Hall Square in Stein am Rhein, Switzerland
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Rathausplatz in Stein am Rhein

Stein am Rhein wurde erstmals 1267 als Stadt urkundlich erwähnt. Marktherr der Stadt war damals das Kloster St. Georgen. Noch heute ist die Altstadt fast vollständig erhalten. Das Rathaus von 1542, mit dem Fachwerkaufsatz und dem Mansardendach, als Kauf- Tuch- und Rathaus erbaut, überragt den Rathausplatz, der ungeben ist von stattlichen Riegelhäusern, deren Fassaden, genau wie beim Rathaus, kunstvoll bemalt sind. Fast fühlt man sich in das Mittelalter zurück versetzt.

Micha

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