The tower of the town hall in Krnov can be seen from a long distance. Its heterochromatic roofing is rather unique. It was built at the beginning of the 20th century at the original medieval town hall.
Leopold Bauer, a native of Krnov and a well-recognised architect, wanted to build his hometown’s town hall. However, the town councillors did not approve his grand-scale modern design and chose, instead, the Neo-Renaissance design of another architect.
The town hall tower is open to the public and regular tours are provided there. The Savings Bank Palace
, with an Art Nouveau café, is next to the town hall.