The square behind the station was modernized during the early eighties. The post-modern atmosphere is clarified by the many large office buildings, the college which is situated here, water pools and a couple of big stainless steel sculptures by the artist Klaus Ante. The square is named after the writer Bertha von Suttner who received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1905. In summer, the resident cafe puts tables outside and generates a feeling of southern flair. The square is very busy, partly due to its location.
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