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File:Stuttgart Rathaus Marktplatz 1907.jpg


Deutsch: Das Rathaus von Stuttgart (1905 fertiggestellt) anno 1907. Es wurde später durch Bombardements im 2. Weltkrieg stark zerstört, doch Teile der Fassade sind unter einer neuen, modernen Verkleidung (von 1956) noch immer erhalten. Eine Rekonstruktion der originalen historischen Fassade wäre problemlos möglich.
English: The city hall (finished in 1905) of Stuttgart around 1907. It was heavily hit by artillery and bombing raids in World War 2, but some parts of the facade remained and are now covered by a modern facade built in 1956. So there wouldn't be any problem to reconstruct the original, historical facade of this grand building.
Date 1907
Source - Zenodot Verlagsgesellschaft mbH
Author Verlag H. & V. Stuttgart
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