The Fabrizius Residence and its interior courtyard

One of the oldest buildings on the main square

The Fabrizius Residence

The Fabrizius Residence, named for hammer mill patrician Georg Albinus Fabrizius, who lived here at the beginning of the 17th century, is one of the oldest buildings on the main square and one of the patrician houses which has retained its original beauty.

In addition to the façade facing the square, what is most worth seeing is the late Gothic period arcade courtyard that is publicly accessible.

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