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Public And Private Places And Buildings Of The City, Its Amenities, And A Few Of Its Customs

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This chapter focuses on things that are necessities in a civil society and those that are not necessities but from which the majesty and grandness of Münster can be surmised. In the city there are four marketplaces, that is, public places for buying and selling. The common and general marketplace, in which merchandise of every variety is set out for sale, is located between the cemetery of St. Lambert to the north and steps of disgrace to the south, and is enclosed on the west and east sides by very large buildings. On it towards the east is the council hall, located in a row with other houses on both sides. On other side of the cemetery of St. Lambert, the grain market lies to the west and fish market to the north. The chapter also focuses on the public and private places, it amenities and few of its customs.

Keywords: cemetery of St. Lambert; Münster; marketplaces



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