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Rothenburg ob der Tauber - Historisches Gewölbe im Rathaus

Historiengewölbe mit Staatsverlies:

Das Historiengebäude beschäftigt sich mit der Situation der Stadt Rothenburg während des 30 Jährigen Krieges. In vielen Räumen des Gebäudes findet man militärische Ausrüstungsgegenstände und den Meistertrunkhumpen. Neben den umfassenden Informationen über die Stadt zu dieser Zeit können Besucher auch das berühmte Staatsverlies besichtigen, dies ist vor allem im Zusammenhang mit dem einst mächtigen Bürgermeister Heinrich Toppler von Interesse, da dieser in einer dieser Zellen ums Leben kam.

Quelle: http://www.ig-rothenburg.de/die-stadt-rothenburg/kultur-und-sight-seeing/museen/historiengewolbe-mit-staatsverlies/

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Copyright: H.J.Weber
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9248x4624
Taken: 06/02/2017
Uploaded: 06/02/2017
Updated: 13/02/2017


Tags: cities; architecture; day; interior; historic building
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