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Locations in Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein

The Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein Location Guide presents you with a large variety of public and typical North German shooting locations, including images, general information and contact addresses.

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Categories: Court house

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Hamburg
Schleswig-Holstein
The Altona Amtsgericht, a lower district court that has jurisdiction over minor cival and criminal cases, was built between 1873 and 1878. The round brick building is in the style of the Berlin school associated with Schinkel. It is a vivid …  more
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22765 Hamburg
The turquoise buildings belongs to the police department of Harburg. These are also available for film shooting purposes, provided that work routines are not inhibited.  more
21079 Hamburg
The Sievekingsplatz is dominated by the historic dome-shaped Hanseatic supreme court building dating from 1907 to 1912. It is flanked by the Civil Law Court, built of sandstone and yellow brick, and the red-brick Criminal Law Court. Representative …  more
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20355 Hamburg
The JVA Billwerder is a prison in Hamburg. The building was constructed 2003 to 2006. The area contains 200 hectare, the wall is 1,8 kilometers long and there are 803 prisoners detained. The prison proposes different possibilities for working …  more
22113 Hamburg
The JVA Glasmoor is a open prison, which means, no fences or high security standards. The area of the prison is huge and lies within a nature reserve. The area contains several factories, a big barn, a lot of stables, attics, outdoor areas like a …  more
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22851 Norderstedt
The canteen has a wonderful view over the Lübecker oldtown and is on the top of the Lübecker Courtbuilding. The rooms are shaped in a u-form and the walls are out of glas, so that it looks very bright.  more
23568 Lübeck
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24837 Schleswig
The Criminal Law Court, built of yellow brick and sandstone between 1879 and 1882, is a German Renaissance building. At the back of the building lies the prison. A new wing was added between 1927 and 1929 using red clinker to create a rather solemn …  more
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20355 Hamburg
The Civil Law Court, built between 1898 and 1903, like the Supreme Court and the Criminal Law Court is made of yellow brick and sandstone. Style, material and size of the building are a mere variation of the Criminal Law Court.  more
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20355 Hamburg
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