The town hall of Lüneburg with its baroque facade in Lower Saxony, Germany.


Coat of Arms of Lüneburg

Lüneburg is a town on the Ilmenau River in Lower Saxony. It got extremely rich during the Hanseatic period thanks to its salt monopoly. Today, Lüneburg has an undestroyed historic town centre with more than 1300 listed brick buildings, including the largest medieval town hall in northern Germany.