Kaiserslautern Town Hall
Kaiserslautern City Hall (Das Rathaus) is one of the tallest town halls in the European Union. It was put in service in 1968. Kaiserslautern City Hall has 25 stories above ground, of which the three uppermost ones are only used as storage room or for operational devices. The building is 84 meters tall and has four elevators.
On the 21st floor there is a cafe with a good view over the city.
Local Skaters are seen daily at the top of the stairs in front of City Hall.
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