Ic Heidiland

Town Hall


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19th or 20th c. / repurposed in 1984 / refurbished 2008-09


The current town hall occupies a significant position at the western entrance to the village, in the immediate vicinity of the church. Together with the church and the houses in its vicinity, it forms the political, economic, and religious centre of the village. It used to serve as a school building and thus acquired its first socio-historical significance. The new school building stands directly northwest of the town hall.


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