Katja showed me the town hall and the vicinity in her lunch break.
The town hall was built in 1906, was nearly completely destroyed in World War II and rebuilt than in a more modern style.
On the space in front of the town hall you can see a pillar, showing a lion, the heraldic animal of Remscheid.
Opposite of the town hall you can see a water tower. From here the whole town centre is supplied with drinking water. It is pumped from a dam in a valley up to the hill, to the town centre.
This street is close to my current home. In the background you can see a grammar school. I asked Katja if I could learn to bake cookies here but she said I could learn about biology, chemistry, foreign languages, German, maths and things like that, but not baking cookies.
This street is also close to my home.
Katja bought ball shaped sweets and pineapple juice from an Asian store. I also tried it, it tasted good. Katja told me that those balls were made of yellow beans.
They have really funny sweets here, with ants and yellow beans.
I'm waiting for something sweet with nuts!