Richtersches Eck (Corner of Goethestrasse and Heuwaagstrasse)

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The heart of Erlangen New Town was enclosed all around by an inner ring road, the “Grande Rue”. Essential to this closed and compact town design were its hinge-like corners. Though they were a major feature of the ideal town plan on which Erlangen was based, the only remaining such corner is the one at the junction of Heuwaagstrasse and Goethestrasse. Named after the Thuringian master builder Johann Moritz Richter, who created the town plan, it is known as the “Richtersche Eck”, Richter’s Corner.

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Richtersches Eck (Corner of Goethestrasse and Heuwaagstrasse)

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