The Ballhof (1649-64) a hall originally built for 17th-century badminton-type games is in Altstadt (old town).
Hanover’s city fathers and mothers were inundated with nearly 20,000 letters of complaint when these three earth-mama sculptures were...
A crossover place for the 25-to-40 age group, where during the week you can enjoy drinks or theatre, and get down in the club on Friday...
Convivial cafe with a choice of four dishes each week. Lesbians also come here.
Kramerstr · interesting places nearby
The Renaissance façade of the Leibnizhaus is a reconstruction; the house was once the home of mathematician and philosopher Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646-1716). In front of the Leibnizhaus is the Oskar-Winter-Brunnen. If you make a wish and turn the small brass ring embedded in the ironwork three times, local lore has it that the wish will come true.