Lagerhausstraße, 52058 Aachen

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13th century Marschiertor, also called Kleinmarschiertor, is one of once eleven Aachen city gates.
Only two of these gate are extant: Ponttor in the north and Marschiertor in the south.
The former fortifications now form Alleenring linking the star-like city centre roads.
As Ponttor, Marschiertor originally had a no longer existing storm gate.
The main gate was heavily damaged in WW II, and its initial reconstruction was rather makeshift.

Author: editorial baukunst-nrw
Last changed on 22.01.2008


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