Photographer's Note

There is a local German version of renaissance style which is called Weser renaissance. This here is the town hall of Hannoversch Münden in Lower Saxony, the place where the confluence of Fulda and Werra rivers creates Weser river.

The building's core is from the 14th century, while the prominent façade is from the beginning of the 17th century.
Hannoversch Münden was the place where the famous barber surgeon Johann Andreas Eisenbart died in 1727. He was an early pioneer of surgery who succeeded in performing successful operations despite his very limited means, and became famous by a satirical song which turned out to be a hit.

Taken on film with Canon A1, scan from paper print.

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Additional Photos by Sven Erich Czernik (Energysavingelk) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 389 W: 1 N: 1109] (5091)
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