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Rathaus Recklinghausen

Rathausplatz 3, 45655 Recklinghausen

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Architekt Otto Müller-Jena

Stadt Recklinghausen

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Rathaus Recklinghausen

The town hall finished in 1908 is an example of the representation of governmental power. The style of the ne-Renaissance (deriving from “deutsche Renaissance“) is the style most used in representative buildings of that era.
Architect Otto Müller-Jena built the fourth town hall in natural stone. The clock tower on the roof, the multiply broken-down roof and the large first-floor windows are very striking indeed. The central tower is coppered.

Author: LWL-Amt für Denkmalpflege
Last changed on 16.04.2020


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