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Hamburg
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Built between 1908 and 1911, the 50er Schuppen boast a triple-aisle wooden stand construction and are the last remaining quay warehouses from the time of the empire. The adjoining main buildings used to house functionaries and include various rooms …  more
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20457 Hamburg
The 1.6 square kilometres lake in the heart of the green Hanseatic City is a paradise for yachtsmen, rowers and paddlers. The view of the city from the water reveals new insights and perspectives.  more
Hamburg
V The splendid arcades, buit by Alexis de Chateauneuf in 1843, house elegant shops and gastronomy.  more
20354 Hamburg
On the boulevard which is called “Jungfernstieg “you can find Hamburg´s most famous café and restaurant which has been rebuilt six times since 1799, the last time in 1953. Its semi-circular, two-storey building, a fine example of 1950s …  more
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20354 Hamburg
It was not until 1937 that the district of Altona was affiliated to the Hanseatic city of Haburg and, shortly after this, ceased to be an autonomous town. Today's face of Altona is very versatile and has both beautiful and less representative …  more
The district of Bahrenfeld offers a lot of industrial real estate and traffic zones but it is at the same time with about 40% green area the greenest quarter of Hamburg with lots of parks and cemeteries. More over, Bahrenfeld offers a multiplicity …  more
22761 Hamburg
Baurs Park's tree-lined lawns extend all the way down to the banks of the Elbe. A former garden of G.F. Baur, the park became public property in 1939. The French architect, Joseph Rammée, provided the drawings for the design of the park which was …  more
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Blankenese 22587 Hamburg
Bergedorf has a huge variety of spaces. From Apartment houses and high rise buildings over one family houses to the villa area. The streets partly have the old cobblestone pavement. Bergedorf is a city in a city which its own identity. This leads to …  more
Hamburg
The Castle is located in a park nearby the river Bille. It is rounded by banks and moats. Moreover, on the ground of Hamburg it is the only received one. In 1212 the castle was firstly named moated castle. The rests of the medieval building are …  more
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21029 Hamburg
Billstedt has many sides. On the one hand, there are one family houses and town houses, on the other hand, new and high-rise buildings that were build up in the 60s. The Billstedt Center is almost expanding and modernizing. Moreover, around the …  more
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Hamburg
The Brahms museum is located in one of the last existing Barock-houses of the 18th century in the city centre of Hamburg. It presents everything that has to do with the musician Brahms. Opening times are: Tuesday to Sunday: 10-17pm. Around …  more
20355 Hamburg
Hamburg is the city with the most bridges in Europe. Almost 2500 bridges and viaducts cross the Alster and the Elbe – five times as many as in Venice. Almost every fourth bridge is more than 100 years old.  more
2035 Hamburg
The Cap San Diego is one of the last remaining ships of a series of six fast cargo ships built between 1961 and 1962 on shipyards in Hamburg and Kiel for the Hamburg-Südamerikanische Dampfschiffgesellschaft Eggert & Amsinck, the …  more
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20459 Hamburg
The Chilehaus, a masterpiece of expressionism is streamlined like a ship. The 10-storey building rises above the Kontorhausviertel, the traditional location of the shipping companies´ offices and has a footprint of 5,000 square metres. Made of …  more
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20095 Hamburg
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20459 Hamburg
The concept for this office city was developed at the end of the 1950s and was, at that time, one of the largest and most ambitious projects in European civil engineering. With its office solitaires and generous spaces, City Nord has become a …  more
22297 Hamburg
The City Marina is one of Hamburg´s most versatile locations it features some of the most beautiful sights of the city. Because of the centred landing stages and anchorages, who have a direct optical connection to harbour facilities, Hanseatic …  more
20459 Hamburg
In 1735, the chamber of commerce founded the “Commerzbibliothek”. The aim was to collect all necessary literature for the training of merchants and make them publically available. So one of the most valuable libraries developed over the …  more
20457 Hamburg
The Portugiesenviertel (portuguese district) is located in the heart of the city, just between the Landungsbrücken and the Michel. The district got its name in the early sixties during a wave of immigration by Portuguese Harbour Workers which …  more
20459 Hamburg
The Deichstrasse belongs to one of Hamburg"s unique places which have been carefully restored and looked after. The old merchants" houses, dwellings as well as ware houses are still used for commercial purposes. The sides of the houses …  more
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20459 Hamburg
The Deichtorhallen near the harbour and the main station, great halls each of 5,000 square metres, were built between 1911 and 1914 on the Deichtorplatz as a central market. One can admire the characteristic steel and brick construction used at the …  more
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20095 Hamburg
A baroque theatre house: Germany’s largest national drama theatre was built by the architects Ferdinand Feller and Hermann Helmer after a Viennese example and seats an audience of 1200 people.  more
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20099 Hamburg
Eimsbüttel is the right district for people who need a bit of everything. Although it is one of Hamburg's high-density areas, green streets and old buildings give Eimsbüttel its charme. Many young people and families live here; the numerous …  more
The Fischauktionshalle, an architectural jewel, reminiscent of a basilica, was built in 1896 and used for fish auctions. An iron structure with a cupola, it was also called the "Cathedral of Fish". Two galleries run along the inside and …  more
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22767 Hamburg
Every Sunday morning, between 6 and 10am, the famous fish market of St. Pauli takes place, directly on the Elbe embankment, on a broad cobblestone promenade with old lampposts lined by clinker houses. Goods of all sorts are being sold within this …  more
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Fischmarkt 20359 Hamburg
Fuhlsbüttel means aircraft noise, but a lot of green spaces, too. Town houses are dominating the quarter, but there are also some single and apartment houses and tachted houses as well. The 20s clinc architecture is formative. Additionally, the …  more
22335 Hamburg
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20539 Hamburg
The district Grindelviertel is located in the centre of Hamburg. Main parts of the University of Hamburg are built in this part of the city. Before the terrible reign of Hitler the Grindelviertel was home to many Jews. To some degree it still is the …  more
The world’s most notorious amusement street. Neon façades, prostitution, table-dance bars and sex shops define the red-light district in St. Pauli.  more
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The 28 hectare large area of the Hamburg central market offers a lot of different shooting possibilities. It is situated close to the city center and open on 365 days a year. The impressive architecture of the main building is listed. You can enter …  more
20097 Hamburg
The publisher, Gruner + Jahr moved into these extraordinary offices in 1990. The building, designed by architects Otto Steidler and Uwe Kiessler, is built like a ship with porthole-shaped windows. Most of the offices face the harbour and the …  more
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20459 Hamburg
In year 1900 the traditional Hafenkrankenhaus was founded and closed in 1997 under a huge protest. It changed in health center St Pauli. Since 1999 have been doctors offices and social institutions in the building. Parts of the old building have …  more
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20459 Hamburg
The Hamburger Dungeon stands for interactive shows with professional actors, live entertainment, over 600 years of the history of Hamburg and horrible fun. The rooms in the catacombs are offered as a setting for individual shootings. Special effects …  more
20457 Hamburg
The Hamburg Messe (fair grounds of Hamburg) is a full-service-provider around the organisation and the execution of national and international fairs and congresses. The fair grounds are based in the city centre, next to the television tower, …  more
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20357 Hamburg
The Hamburg museum was founded as a museum of history of Hamburg in 1908. It presents a variation of the developing Hamburg history from the begging in 800 up to nowadays and is one of the biggest urban historically museums in Europe. 1914-22 has …  more
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20355 Hamburg
Three times a year, the traditional Hamburg funfair, the "Dom", takes place on the “Heiligengeistfeld”, a 29-hectare open space. The fair was named after the medieval Christmas market held at the St. Marien Dom, the St. Marien …  more
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20359 Hamburg
The original brick building of the “Kunsthalle” was built in 1869, a new annex between 1914 and 1921. The “Kunsthalle” of Hamburg is one of the great picture galleries, with important European paintings from the Middle Ages to the present …  more
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20095 Hamburg
The impressive Hamburg town hall, is a manifestation of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg´s traditions, was built at the end of the 19th century in the style of the Northern Renaissance. The facade and the luxurious interior were designed …  more
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Hamburg
Two wings link the late classical Hamburg Stock Exchange, built in 1841, to the back of the town hall. Five arches with pillars and broad steps form the entrance of this frequently refurbished building. New annexes have been added up to the present …  more
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20457 Hamburg
The “Handwerkskammer” (Chamber of Crafts) was built between 1912 and 1915 by the architect, Fritz Schumacher. The halls and the restaurant have been preserved. There are seven different halls and rooms, big enough to host between 30 and …  more
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20355 Hamburg
Modern insurance company offices with a large atrium and a glass roof, an addition to the historical "Haus Wedelz" including a Grand Salon from the turn of the 20th century with stucco and ornamental decor.  more
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20354 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
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21073 Hamburg
These two districts are located in the centre of Hamburg and attract masses of strollers to the Alster foreland at Harvestehuder Weg. Around the turn of the century magnificent mansions were built in this area, amongst them, due to the …  more
20149 Hamburg
The main train station was built between 1899 and 1906. Located in the former moat of the city"s fortification, the station has an arched glass and iron roof. On the north side of the hall, the Wandelhalle, a promenade with shops on two floors …  more
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20095 Hamburg
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20459 Hamburg
The building of the "Patriotische Gesellschaft" (the Patriotic Society) designed by Theodor Blau, was built between 1845 and 1847 on the site of the old town hall. The brick building, in neo-gothic style, with sandstone window and door …  more
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20457 Hamburg
The Heine park at the Elbchaussee 31 in Hamburg-Ottensen belonged to one of the biggest country estates in the suburbs by the Elbe. In 1880, the country house was demolished and the park was divided up. The uncle of the famous poet, Heinrich Heine, …  more
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22765 Hamburg
Place for the oldest trade in the world, in the middle of the red-light district: Around 1900, the city council established the Herbertstrasse in St. Pauli as a closed-off housing estate for prostitutes.  more
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20359 Hamburg
The vast, English- style Hirschpark in the suburbs by the Elbe was named after an enclosure for deer which was set up in the park in the late 19th century. Here one can also find a classic, cubic country house which is framed by low wings and …  more
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22587 Hamburg
The overground bunker at Wendenstraße 339-345 was built in 1942 to provide cover for 1583 people that did not have access to underground shelters. All across Hamburg there are still a number of these bunkers, the most famous one certainly being the …  more
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20537 Hamburg
Located directly on the Outer Alster is the famous Hotel Atlantic which was built between 1907 and 1909.  more
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20099 Hamburg
Perfectly situated in the city centre of Hamburg is the first class Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten. The year 2010 marked the completion of the largest renovation project in the 113-year history of the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten. After three years of …  more
20354 Hamburg Germany
The hotel has 30 rooms, conference and function rooms for 40 people, ballroom with stage for events for up to 150 people. Restaurant: syrian food (mazza), close to the Sternschanze district, the exhibition halls, the university and the centre.  more
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20357 Hamburg
In Hamburg's beautiful city with its busy shopping streets, malls and squares around the Inner Alster there are numerous interesting film locations. Between Gänsemarkt and Mönckebergstraße the business life thrives and presents itself in various …  more
Maritime pictures, models, flags, decorations, cards, uniforms and even a projection on a wall of ice makes the Maritime Museum in Hamburg so unique. On its 11 floors the largest private maritime collection by Peter Tamm, is presenting its beauty …  more
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Kaispeicher B 20457 Hamburg
North of the Goldbekufer (the Goldbek embankment) lies the "Jarrestadt", the Jarre City, a housing estate with enormous geometrical Bauhaus-inspired blocks of flats built in the late 1920s. Ten architects were involved in this piece of …  more
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und Umgebung Hamburg
The Jenisch house, built between the years 1831 and 1834, is a typical representative of late classicist architecture. Due to its almost square floor plan and its only graphically differentiated walls, the building appears sublimely plain. On the …  more
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22609 Hamburg
The Jungfernstieg alongside the Inner Alster is one of Hamburg's most famous promenades and shopping strips. At the jetty, one can go for a cruise on the Alster, take a break from shopping in the old-established Alsterpavillon or watch the artful …  more
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20354 Hamburg
The former factory for cranes used in the harbour, built in the style of the early warehouses, is located near the Osterbekkanal. The six huge assembly halls were preserved as a monument of industrial architecture and became one of Hamburg´s most …  more
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22303 Hamburg
The Karolinenviertel, an old working class district with cheap housing, lies in the vicinity of the television tower between the exhibition halls and the abattoir. Many foreigners, in particular from Turkey, have settled here as well as young people …  more
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/ Glashüttenstraße und Umgebung Hamburg
The Katharinenhof was established in a late-classicist manner between 1829 and 1836 on the Elbe shore and was used as a country house by business man Georg Friedrich Baur and his family. Now the property is empty and needs a renovation.  more
22587 Hamburg
With numerous lounge and meeting rooms, a chapel and a Hotel operated by the Basler Hof, the Catholic Academy opened in 1973 in Hamburg a wide range of spatial options. The building consists of five graded bodies, resulting in the center of a …  more
The impressive shipping company offices of F. Laeisz, built between 1897 and 1898, are located at the Nikolaifleet. The entrance facing the Trostbrücke bears the imposing statues of Wilhelm I, Bismarck and the generals, Roon and Moltke. The lower …  more
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20457 Hamburg
The "Kramer Amtsstuben" are located directly across from the Michel, the main church of Hamburg. Historical rooms with many details and restorations make you feel like a visitor of Hamburg 350 years ago. The narrow street leading from the …  more
20459 Hamburg
The listed warehouse, built between 1906 and 1912, is located in the Free Port. During the Second World War, it was part of the Neuengamme concentration camp. The warehouse consists of 8 separate halls divided by wire walls including three levels …  more
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20457 Hamburg
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22527 Hamburg
The Levantehaus on Mönckebergstraße 7 was built in 1911 as the office and trade building "Hubertushof" by the architect Franz Bach. From 1995 to 1997 the building was completely cored and developed into a beautiful shopping centre with …  more
20095 Hamburg
The Literaturhaus was built in 1868 by Jean David Jollasse. As was the fashion in those days, the facade combines late classic elements with romantic and gothic details. There are 3 beautiful salons and a bar on the first floor. The staircase with …  more
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22087 Hamburg
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20146 Hamburg
In 1913/14 Markthalle Hamburg was built in a typical hanseatic style by Fritz Schumacher. It first served as a market hall for vegetable and later for flowers. After World War 2 it was a storage for the post for a few years. After this periode the …  more
20095 Hamburg
More than 120,000 working hours went into the construction of landscape and detailed gadgetry of this miniature world. Computers control the facility with its 500 trains, 50,000 lights and cars that run as if by magic. 60,000 figures on an area of …  more
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20457 Hamburg
The „Museum der Arbeit“ – which could be translated as “museum of labour" - is located on the former site of the New-York Hamburger Gummi Compagnie in Hamburg-Barmbek. The company was built in 1871 and constantly extended. It is now one …  more
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22305 Hamburg
The MKG’s collections have been gathered over generations. Today it is a universal museum, presenting over 500 000 works showcasing human creativity and inventiveness at their best. The high calibre collection spans over 4000 years of human …  more
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20099 Hamburg
The ethnological museum, built between 1907 and 1911 and extended in 1929, has an asymmetrical layout. It consists of grand halls with pillars and reinforced concrete ceilings and has excellent bright spaces like those of a shipping company´s …  more
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20148 Hamburg
The „Museumshafen Oevelgoenne (museum harbour of Oevelgoenne) was founded by a private association in 1977 at the fairy pier of Neumuehlen. It offers a mix of historic professional sailing ships. For example an old fire ship, which was in …  more
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22763 Hamburg
At the end of the underground line U2 the small district of Mümmelmannsberg evolved some 25 years ago. The high-rise estate is framed by pretty terrace and family houses. Small courtyards and many parks between the apartment blocks characterise …  more
Hamburg
Ottensen starts on the western side of the Altona train station. In former times, Ottensen was an old farmer and handcrafter town. At the middle of the last century it developed to an important industrial location of North Germany. The …  more
22765 Hamburg
The storage depot, Palmspeicher, has a restaurant, hall and terrace and can host events for up to 1000 people. The size of the room is adjustable, from 400 to 1,000 square metres. Rooms are 6 metres high, there is daylight, a 17-metre long bar, a …  more
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21079 Hamburg
The Phoenixhof is a factory from the turn of the 20th century which has recently been entirely renovated and rebuilt. The original flair, however, was preserved by integrating elements of glass, metal and concrete into the old facade and combining …  more
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22761 Hamburg
The former water tower in Hamburg´ s city park, the Stadtpark, built between 1913 and 1915, has been used as an observatory since 1930. The cylindrical, 60-metres high red brick building was designed by the Hamburg architect Fritz Schuhmacher. …  more
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22299 Hamburg
The former district of artisans and servants which borders on the Outer Alster is now part of the refined district of Harvestehude. The famous Milchstraße is surrounded by exquisite shops and noble villas. Quiet cobble-stoned streets with classic …  more
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22143 Hamburg
Hamburg"s most notorious area, the Reeperbahn, a street of cabarets, peep-shows and bars is part of the redlight district in St. Pauli by the harbour. Best seen by night for its neon facades, the Reeperbahn is a line of casinos, clubs, …  more
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20359 Hamburg
The SS Rickmer Richmers was built in Bremerhaven Shipyards in 1896 as a full rig steel ship with a span of 3,500 square metres. It was confiscated by the Portuguese during the First World War and used as a cargo ship by the English. After the Second …  more
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20359 Hamburg
The pipe bunker beneath the Hans-Albers-Platz is of special importance, as it is one of the last accessible bunkers of this kind. Many of those bunkers are either under water or filled with soil. The bunker is not preserved completely, but there are …  more
20359 Hamburg
Highlife on the street at daytime until late at night: The Schulterblatt with its many cafés, bars, restaurants and small shops marks the centre of the young, trendy Schanzen quarter.  more
20357 Hamburg
Due to the height and shape of its spire (132 metres) as well as its location, the St. Michaelis church is Hamburg"s most famous landmark. It was destroyed by lightning in 1750 and rebuilt on the same foundations between 1751 and 1762, adding …  more
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20459 Hamburg
The construction of the Landungsbrücken, the great piers for the passenger ships, was started in 1839. Like most of Hamburg´ s buildings for public transport, built around 1910, the piers were given an impressive facade. The massive …  more
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Hamburg
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 Stuhlmann well showed its water display first in 1900. Enormous centaurs who fight about a catch of fish are the core elements of this fountain, symbolising the competition between the fish-markets of Hamburg and Altona. Triton and Nixe frame …  more
22765 Hamburg
Behind the cladding of this historical brick-lined storehouse the modern designed playhouse offers space for up to 340 persons. The interior of the theatre is painted in red and black and the foyer with bar and bistro is designed elegant and reminds …  more
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Speicherstadt 20457 Hamburg
This underground bunker was built in 1942 to offer shelter to 2702 people. Like other bunkers in Hamburg, it was renovated in the 1960s and fixed up as a civil-defence-room for the Cold War. It is divided into a northern and a southern wing. The …  more
am Ostausgang Hauptbahnhof 20095 Hamburg
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20457 Hamburg
“Wittenbergen” is one of the lovely sites along the shore of the river Elbe in the west of Hamburg. White sandy beaches under an overlooking lighthouse and wooded green hills, alternate along the banks of the Elbe, inviting to take long …  more
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Wittenbergen 22559 Hamburg
Situated right in the heart of St. Pauli, the resonanzraum - or room for resonance - is simultaneously the Ensemble's rehearsal room and a space for experimenting with new concert ideas.Large revolvable iron doors control the room's …  more
20359 Hamburg
The citizens of Hamburg enjoy the summer and the sunshine on the sandy beach of the river Elbe at the old captains’ village, Övelgönne. Front gardens of all sizes stretch down to the riverbanks.  more
22605 Hamburg
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