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The south façade features posts linked by chains, which were designed to prevent people from sitting on the windowsills on market days – their chatter would keep the civil servants from doing their work. Bullet holes, relics of heavy fighting that took place here in World War Two, can still be seen on the western façade. Once inside, you’ll be impressed by the natural stone floor and superb paintings. Two 300-year-old benches complement the hall’s impressive interior. The wedding room with its wonderful murals dating from 1938 is another must-see.