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Goerlitz Untermarkt Rathaus 2
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Die ursprüngliche, erstmals 1305 erwähnte Bezeichnung des Görlitzer Untermarktes ist schlicht Markt. 1403 taucht dann der Name Niedermarkt in den Archiven auf. Wohl aus dem schlesischen stammte der Name Ring der zwischen 1340 bis ca. 1600 existiert. Der Teil nördlich der, den Platz trennenden Zeile trug zeitweise auch die Bezeichnung Alter Markt, Fischmarkt oder Heringsmarkt. Die verkaufenden Landleute standen hauptsächlich auf dem Nordteil des Platzes, dagegen die Handwerker auf dem Südteil. Erst 1864 zog der Wochenmarkt auf die Elisabethstraße. (Quelle: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Untermarkt_(G%C3%B6rlitz)
Copyright: Mike Weidner Www.Panomorph.De
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9040x4520
Taken: 29/03/2011
Uploaded: 29/03/2011
Actualizat: 09/03/2015
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Tags: altstadt; goerlitz; renaissance; gotik; museum; rathaus; ratstreppe; justizia; justitia
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