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The original seat of the city and judicial council, built in the Old Town Square in about mid-fourteenth century. In the second half of the sixteenth century the Town Hall was enlarged and given a new Renaissance architectural design: tall, rich molded brick attic, which authorship is attributed to Jan Maria Padovano. Adjacent to the building from the west, the tower of the Town Hall has gained its current character in the seventeenth century. There is a sundial on the south wall of the Town Hall.


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