The unique townhouses along the Saalgasse behind Schirn Art Hall are the result of a first attempt at combining the modern architectural style of the 1980s.

With the design of the Middle Ages, as exemplified by the narrow, half-timbered housing row on the Römerberg. Following a plan that called for a variety of dissimilar housing facades, the builders chose to realise the blueprints of many renowned architects, thereby creating an interesting architectonic contrast to the clear and lineal design of the adjacent Schirn Art Hall.

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freely accessible / always open

The laneway is stepless. There are footpaths on both sides of the lane.



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