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This square at the entrance to Main Street is now a busy commercial area, but was once the site of public executions. On the western side lies a model of the depression carriage designed by Lieutenant Koehler during the Great Siege, for the purpose of firing down into enemy lines from the tunnels. To the north of the square are barracks which were in use by the army until the late 1960s.
The whole square has recently been completely transformed into a pedestrianised area with lively bars and restaurants and has become the focus of the night-life around town.
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