Café Vienna

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The writer Hermann Löns described Wernigerode as the “colourful town in the Hartz mountains”, and nowhere do these words appear to be more fitting than at the Café Vienna. The café is located in one of the few Renaissance buildings in Wernigerode to have survived the devastating fire of 1751. The building was erected in 1583, as you can still read above the two middle joist ends between the ground floor and first floor. Built as a merchant’s house, it used to have three floors. It was used as a café after 1897. At that time, the second floor was removed and a pointed oriel window built into the roof in an asymmetrical position. It is decorated with bands and rosettes that emulate metal fittings...

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