Monuments and sacral objects

Szczecinek City Hall

plac Wolności 13, 78-400 Szczecinek

Neo-Gothic red-brick building with predominantly Neo-Romanesque elements, connected to 2 townhouses with a modern canopy. Built in 1852 on a rectangular plan. At the main façade there is an avant-corps with a tower bearing the date of construction of the city hall. On the gable walls of the building and tower there is a crenellated attic over an arcaded cornice. At the corners of the city hall there are polygonal turrets with lanterns. Pay attention to the stained-glass windows made in the 1930s by Carl Bosch in Berlin and Max Luder in Piła. The tower of the City Hall also houses a clock from 1927, made by J.F. Weule from Bockenem. An interest feature are two clock bells cast in Szczecinek in 1801 by J.M. Meyer and A.W. Schumacher, dating back to an even earlier city hall. A plaque on the south wall of the City Hall commemorates the spring flood of 1888. Today, the City Hall is the seat of the municipality.

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