The Fischmarkt and Kramerbrucke in Erfurt, Germany, are two of the many places of historical significance in the city.
The Kramerbrucke or the 'merchant's bridge' has been in use for the last five centuries. Painstakingly made with limestone and sandstone, it is one of the few bridges in the world to be lined with buildings that are inhabited. Today, one can visit stores, galleries and cafes on the bridge.
A short walk of about 100 meters brings one to the Fischmarkt. Located in the center of the city, the small square is impressive. The town hall, which was built in the neo Gothic style, is just one of the buildings that vie for the onlookers' attention.