Town Hall with Town Hall well
The Town Hall of Bad Langensalza was built between 1742 and 1752 from local travertine stone. The Saxon and Thuringian lions sit above the former water source of the town, the town hall well of 1582.
The Baroque Town Hall with its tower is the modern-day seat of the town council. Of the Medieval preceding structures only cellar vaults and the tower remain. The cellars can be viewed in the course of special guided tours. A popular feature is the ringing of the bells at the town hall at noon and 6 pm: 32 bells above the entrance are accompanied by a procession of figures. The trumpeter is followed by Hermann von Salza, Christoph Wilhelm Hufeland and Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock.
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Gottesackerkirche Bad Langensalza
Bad Langensalza: The Gottesackerkirche (God’s Acre Church) St. Trinitatis enchants its guests as concert church with unique acoustics. The baroque ceiling paintings in the former cemetery church have been shining in new splendour since 2009. Read more … Gottesackerkirche Bad Langensalza
10 parks & theme gardens turn the spa town of Bad Langensalza into a green oasis at the edge of the Hainich Park. And friends of medieval feasts will also get their money’s worth here. Read more … Bad Langensalza
Thuringian Pharmacy Museum in the “Rosenthal House“
Bad Langensalza: The refurbished historic building “Rosenthal House“ was constructed in 1515 and since 2013 has accommodated the new Thuringian Pharmacy Museum which is the only one of this kind in Thuringia. Read more … Thuringian Pharmacy Museum in the “Rosenthal House“