Narva Town Hall

Raekoja plats 1, Narva

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German, Swedish and Italian architectural influences are mixed in the building style of the Town Hall that dates back to the 17th century (architect G. Teuffel). The architectural complex of the Town Hall Square included the Town Hall, Stock Exchange, and residences of the wealthy Swedish citizenry. Unfortunately, today only the Town Hall survives, the other buildings were destroyed in World War II. There are plans to open the Narva Town Hall to the public in the future. At the moment the Town Hall is closed for visitors.

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Open all year round

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Getting there
  • Signposted
  • Sealed access road
  • By excursion bus
  • By public transport
  • By car
Stops nearby
Bus: Polikliinik
Train: Narva rongijaam
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Martins V

Martins V

Preserved and closed

The building is preserved, but closed. We failed to find more information. But the neighbouring new building of Narva Universtity college makes nice unison with old Town hall.



Hidden gem

Nice and interesting historical building hidden in Narva. The condition from outside is not that nice.



One of the most interesting buildings in Narva.

Very nice old building from outside. Inside not renovated yet, but hope in the future. Close is modern college building in modern style with very very good coffee place inside.

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