The provincial government building is located on the site of an early medieval trading post. Later on, a residence for noblemen was located here that served, among other things, as a bishop’s palace until 1794. Since then, the building has been used by the provincial authorities.

Over the years, the building has been altered and expanded several times to meet the needs of the provincial government. After World War II, it was rebuilt in a modern classicist style of brick architecture.

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