Gambrinus-house

Gambrinus-house

9400 Sopron, Fő tér 3.

The house of medieval origin next to the Pharmacy house (Patika-ház) is said to be the oldest Town Hall of Sopron. Sigismund of Luxemburg granted the building to the town of Sopron in 1422 and it served as a town hall until 1496. Following that period noble families possessed the house, which bears the traces of several consecutive architectural styles: a Renaissance arch in the gothic doorway, the rococo window decoration on the first floor, a gothic niche in the doorway and remains of medieval corbels in the courtyard.

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