Peitz Town Hall

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The historic town hall and the church form an important architectural ensemble on market square. The building was constructed in 1805/06 as a combined town hall and school. It was also home to the local court. There has been a town hall in Peitz since 1600 at the very least. The original building was destroyed in the big town fire of 1610. It is assumed that - just like its successor structures - it was located to the north of the old town church, in the north-eastern part of today’s market square. At the time when today’s town hall was built, the old town church still stood in the current location of the market square, to the east of the town hall. The cemetery next to the church was already closed at this point. The plain plastered two-storey building with its half-hipped roof was built here. Most of the bricks used, stemmed from demolished fortification structures.
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  • Rathaus Peitz, Foto: N. Mucha, Lizenz: Amt Peitz
  • Beratung in der Tourist-Information Peitzer Land, Foto: M. Huhle, Lizenz: Amt Peitz
  • Rathaus Peitz, Foto: N. Mucha, Lizenz: Amt Peitz
The number of residents increased in the 19th century as the textile industry developed. Just a few years after the town hall had been built, it was found to be much too small to house the town administration and the school. The plan to build a new church to the west of the town hall matured in the mid-19th century. The new church was completed in May 1860. Demolition of the old church and the creation of the new market square was taken up immediately thereafter. In 1863, the eastern gable of the town hall received its striking Tudor style architecture. This gave rise to an all new urban development quality by which Peitz is characterised to this day. A new school was built between 1863 and 1865.  

Restructuring of the interior was completed in 1929. The staircase and hallway areas were redesigned in this time and a spacious council hall was added. These areas received precious leaded windows showing coats of arms of the town Peitz, the state of Prussia and the province of Brandenburg, as well as of local business from Peitz. 

The tourist information centre Peitzer Land and the public toilets are nowadays located on the ground floor, the council hall is on the first floor, and the attic is home to the local audit office. The building is also used as a venue for weddings, theatre productions, meetings/commissions, and the mayor’s consultation-hour. 
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The historic town hall and the church form an important architectural ensemble on market square. The building was constructed in 1805/06 as a combined town hall and school. It was also home to the local court. There has been a town hall in Peitz since 1600 at the very least. The original building was destroyed in the big town fire of 1610. It is assumed that - just like its successor structures - it was located to the north of the old town church, in the north-eastern part of today’s market square. At the time when today’s town hall was built, the old town church still stood in the current location of the market square, to the east of the town hall. The cemetery next to the church was already closed at this point. The plain plastered two-storey building with its half-hipped roof was built here. Most of the bricks used, stemmed from demolished fortification structures.
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  • Rathaus Peitz, Foto: N. Mucha, Lizenz: Amt Peitz
  • Beratung in der Tourist-Information Peitzer Land, Foto: M. Huhle, Lizenz: Amt Peitz
  • Rathaus Peitz, Foto: N. Mucha, Lizenz: Amt Peitz
The number of residents increased in the 19th century as the textile industry developed. Just a few years after the town hall had been built, it was found to be much too small to house the town administration and the school. The plan to build a new church to the west of the town hall matured in the mid-19th century. The new church was completed in May 1860. Demolition of the old church and the creation of the new market square was taken up immediately thereafter. In 1863, the eastern gable of the town hall received its striking Tudor style architecture. This gave rise to an all new urban development quality by which Peitz is characterised to this day. A new school was built between 1863 and 1865.  

Restructuring of the interior was completed in 1929. The staircase and hallway areas were redesigned in this time and a spacious council hall was added. These areas received precious leaded windows showing coats of arms of the town Peitz, the state of Prussia and the province of Brandenburg, as well as of local business from Peitz. 

The tourist information centre Peitzer Land and the public toilets are nowadays located on the ground floor, the council hall is on the first floor, and the attic is home to the local audit office. The building is also used as a venue for weddings, theatre productions, meetings/commissions, and the mayor’s consultation-hour. 
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03185 Peitz

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