Der Marktplatz von Angermünde, market square

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300 years ago, the Ratswaage, a small half-timbered house, was where farmers from the surrounding area weighed their goods, which allowed them to sell them for a fair price. Today it accommodates the tourist information centre of Angermünde. Here you can get maps of the town and its surroundings, souvenirs and lots of good advice on what to do during your stay in the town. The large market of Angermünde tells you that it used to be a very active trading town. The market is surrounded by historical half-timbered buildings and commercial buildings from the Gründerzeit era. There is an impressive half-timbered town house that is a particular eye-catcher. The 250-year-old building has been restored and still serves as a residential and commercial building now.
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  • Brunnen am Markt, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Fachwerkhaus am Mark, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Fachwerkhäuser am markt, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Das historische Rathaus am Markt, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
The town hall of Angermünde is located on a diagonal right in the middle of the market square. It looks similar to the town halls in Templin and Lychen, also Prussian town halls from the 18th century: they are all free-standing in the middle of the market featuring a little tower with a golden crown at the top. There is a wooden donkey next to the entrance door. Karl Rätsch, a wood artist from Uckermark, recreated a historical pillory donkey here. Cheaters and counterfeiters were forced to sit on it for punishment. The donkey replaced the usual pole pillory. The last time a man rode the "donkey" is said to have been in 1851.

A large fountain complex was installed there in 1999, which is increasingly becoming a landmark of the town. The fountain consists of a group of figures with six parts. They tell humorous stories about life in Angermünde. There is a chair that invites you to sit down and take a break, but it is already covered in vegetables; a cat is quietly counting its mice; fish and weights; the toolbox in the corner by a wall that is full to the brim; and the woman and the man casting a quizzical look around. The base of the fountain is an old, stranded barge. Water comes streaming out of its holes. The sculptor Christian Uhlig from Uckermark came up with the idea.
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300 years ago, the Ratswaage, a small half-timbered house, was where farmers from the surrounding area weighed their goods, which allowed them to sell them for a fair price. Today it accommodates the tourist information centre of Angermünde. Here you can get maps of the town and its surroundings, souvenirs and lots of good advice on what to do during your stay in the town. The large market of Angermünde tells you that it used to be a very active trading town. The market is surrounded by historical half-timbered buildings and commercial buildings from the Gründerzeit era. There is an impressive half-timbered town house that is a particular eye-catcher. The 250-year-old building has been restored and still serves as a residential and commercial building now.
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  • Brunnen am Markt, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Fachwerkhaus am Mark, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
  • Fachwerkhäuser am markt, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Steffen Lehmann
The town hall of Angermünde is located on a diagonal right in the middle of the market square. It looks similar to the town halls in Templin and Lychen, also Prussian town halls from the 18th century: they are all free-standing in the middle of the market featuring a little tower with a golden crown at the top. There is a wooden donkey next to the entrance door. Karl Rätsch, a wood artist from Uckermark, recreated a historical pillory donkey here. Cheaters and counterfeiters were forced to sit on it for punishment. The donkey replaced the usual pole pillory. The last time a man rode the "donkey" is said to have been in 1851.

A large fountain complex was installed there in 1999, which is increasingly becoming a landmark of the town. The fountain consists of a group of figures with six parts. They tell humorous stories about life in Angermünde. There is a chair that invites you to sit down and take a break, but it is already covered in vegetables; a cat is quietly counting its mice; fish and weights; the toolbox in the corner by a wall that is full to the brim; and the woman and the man casting a quizzical look around. The base of the fountain is an old, stranded barge. Water comes streaming out of its holes. The sculptor Christian Uhlig from Uckermark came up with the idea.
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