Literaturhaus

Festsaal / Foto: Motivgeber
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Hausfront Fassade / Foto: Motivgeber
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Außenansicht Schwanenwik / Foto: Motivgeber
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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 its cast iron banisters presents a magnificent location. The ballroom, added-on in 1889, with pillars, frescos, stucco and chandeliers, is the show-piece of the Literaturhaus.

Additional information

Current useCan be booked for hours or days, information on rates for location on request.
NoteTechnical equipment for rent if needed. Catering available from café.

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Adress
Schwanenwik 38
22087 Hamburg
Contact
Literaturhaus Hamburg
Sekretariat und Vermietung
Ansprechpartner Frau Jutta Dötsch


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