Half-timbered and three-river town of Hann. Münden in the Weserbergland region.
Magnificent buildings close together. Atmospheric alleys. Imposing half-timbered buildings. This is how visitors still experience the medieval half-timbered town of Hann. Münden in the Weserbergland region. Founded between 1155 and 1183, the town quickly achieved prosperity and wealth thanks to the "staple port" granted by Duke Otto I of Brunswick in 1247. The particular wealth of half-timbered forms and styles dates back to this time. Thanks to intensive restoration efforts, Hann. Münden is today a half-timbered town of European rank.
Take a stroll through atmospheric alleys and streets, discover magnificent half-timbered buildings with their inscriptions, oriels, historic doors, and portals. Take a break in a rustic pub or follow one of the guided tours of the town. History can be experienced in Hann. Münden. The variety and the closed half-timbered picture of the old town will inspire you.