One of Hamburg’s centerpieces is its 19th-century neo-Renaissance Rauthaus, which houses the city-state’s parliament. The city’s patron saints adorn the exterior alongside maritime images. Inside are 647 rooms, some of which are viewable during the daily tours.
The Rauthaus sits on (guess!) Rauthausmarkt, the main cobbled square. Although it was cold and rainy when we passed through, there was a small open air concert set up.
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