Watch for a staircase in Palace Square below the 164 foot Baroque tower of the courthouse. Make the climb. You will not want to miss what is in store for you at the top: Brühl’s Terrace. Along the way, you will be greeted by a group of statues named Vier Tageszeiten. This means Four Times a Day. The ensemble was created in 1868 by sculptor Johannes Schilling. In the foreground is the allegory for The Night. The woman comforts her resting child while Morpheus, the winged god of sleep and dreams, whispers in her ear.