The Welfenschloss in Hanover was once intended to serve as a summer residence for King George V and his family. This use never occurred. Today, the building houses the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz University. [German]
This museum of cultural history was opened in 1889. The façade with 5,000 small windows is a superstructure over the remains of the original façade in neo-renaissance style. [German]
The Saxon Steed (Sachsenross) has travelled a lot. You find it in many coats of arms and illustrations from different regions. While walking through Hanover, I finally saw a sculpture of this historic symbol. [German]
The New Town Hall in Hanover (Neues Rathaus Hannover) was opened in 1913. Since then, a pond in front of it mirrors the eclectic architecture. Inside, the building offers an intriguing curved dome lift. [German]
A manhole cover seen in Hannover, Germany. I know the coat of arms of Hannover which is in the center of the emblem but what about the two lions and the helmet? Do you know the meaning of this coat of arms?