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-Hessenpark- Marktplatz mit Brunnen

Baugruppe Marktplatz

Der frei zugängliche Marktplatz stellt einen Markt mit seinem Umfeld dar, wie er für viele Kleinstädte in Hessen typisch war und ist. Die Gebäude stammen aus dem gesamten Bundesland. In einigen von ihnen werden Dauer- und Sonderausstellungen gezeigt, andere beherbergen Verwaltung, Gastronomie und Läden. Den Abschluss im Norden bildet die sogenannte Gießener Zeile: Hier wurden Häuser, die bis zu ihrer Zerstörung im Dezember 1944 in Gießen am Marktplatz standen, als neue Holzbauten nach historischen Fotografien errichtet.


(Abschnitt kopiert aus dem Übersichtsplan Hessenpark)

Copyright: Markus Freitag
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 33684x16842
Taken: 28/03/2012
Загружена: 30/03/2012


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