Kibri H0 - 38381 - Scenery - assembly kit: Town hall Leer
Council House Leer, a striking building in the centre of Leer (Ostfriesland).
Measurements are: Length: 29.5 cm, Width: 22.5 cm and Height: 36 cm.
Viewed from afar this high bell-tower on the town hall guides people direct to the centre of the old town of Leer! Situated directly on the idyllic inner harbour. It is an imposing building. It is historically important and picturesque. Even today, visitors enjoy the architectural style of the German renaissance. They admire the beautiful ceiling paintings and murals in the long hall-like corridors. It was designed by the Aachen architect Professor Henrici and built under the supervision of the municipal architect Carl Jipp of Maurermeister E. Schumacher of Leer. The City of Leer received its city rights quite recently. This building was only inaugurated in 1894. That was just 71 years after the Urban constitution was formally adopted in Leer. (Source www.leer.de).
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- Construction kit; Town hall "Leer"