The first mention of the old town hall (Altes Rathaus) in Bamberg dates back to 1387. The building is famous for its location on an artificial island in the Regnitz River and the façade created by Johann Anwander.
More than thirty nativity scenes are visible in the city of Bamberg. These are spread over the entire town and invite you to an exciting exploration of cribs. The range extends from historical to modern models. [German]
This sculpture was created in 1987 by Polish artist Igor Mitoraj. You find it near the Old Town Hall on the Lower Bridge in Bamberg. In the background, you can see Michelsberg Abbey, which is currently in restoration. [German]
The New Residence (Neue Residenz) of the Bamberg Prince-Bishops has over 40 staterooms featuring stucco-work ceilings. The furniture and the tapestries origins from the 17th and 18th centuries.The rose garden of the residence offers a fine view of Michelsberg Abbey.