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Over the next century each Prussian king would make extensions and add his own touches, from Rococo to Neoclassical and Neo-Renaissance.The building was badly damaged in the war, and after the most recent round of restorations became the venue for Wrocław’s City Museum.Its patriotic subject matter in the days of the Soviet Union meant it didn’t see the light of day until 1985.
And you can also check out the plush council chamber upstairs and the merchants’ hall on the ground floor.
A lot of the architecture, including the rows of colourful tenements that frame the square, needed heavy restoration after the Second World War.
The pillory just next to the Town Hall dates to 1492 and had to be pieced back together.
The quarter is one of the prettiest for walks, with a church at almost every turn and the way lit by genuine gas lamps at night.
If you come at dusk you can watch the old-time lamp lighter illuminating the streets.