Kaiserslautern Town Hall
The Town Hall Kaiserslautern(Das Rathaus) was the tallest town hall in Germany at its inauguration in 1968. It has 25 floors above ground, from which the three uppermost are only used as storage or for operational devices. The height of the building, which has four elevators and in which most administrative units of Kaiserslautern are, amounts to 84 metres.
On the 21st floor there is a cafe with a good view over the town.
Local Skaters are seen at daily sessions at the top of the stairs in front of the Town Hall.
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