The eastern frontage of the Market Square served as the seat of municipal authorities in medieval times. The building originates from the second half of the 14th century - from around 1380. It was converted on multiple occasions to repair the damage done during the town and castle siege, primarily in the 15th century. The Late Gothic southern gable is a testament to the construction work. Throughout the centuries the town hall hosted municipal events and celebration. In the 19th century the elevation was subject to necessary conservation
works and damaged fragments of tracery were restored.