On June 7, 1969, Oberlahnstein and Niederlahnstein were united into the City of Lahnstein. The Rhenish half-timbered building with its Gothic hall on the ground floor dates from the 15th Century. The ground level was once the market hall. Particularly striking is the baroque bell roof turret with the old fire bell. Inside the building the remains of Baroque painted stucco ceilings have been preserved. Today, the Old Town Hall houses the Municipal Archives.
Old Town Hall, Lahnstein: Overall view, showing lower market hall and half-timbered meeting hall aboveImage
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