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Englische Planke 1, 20459 Hamburg, Germany
Referred to by locals as simply “The Michel,” St. Michael’s Church is widely admired as Germany’s finest Baroque-style church. The church was originally built between 1648 and 1661, and is dedicated to the Archangel Michael, who is depicted...
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20459 Hamburg, Germany
Also known as the St. Pauli Piers, the Landungsbrücken is Europe’s largest floating island. The first portions of this phenomenal pontoon were built in 1839 as coal storage docks for steamships and, over the years, have served as the point of...
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If the ripe scent of fresh fish isn’t enough to wake visitors up when this famous fish market opens at 5 a.m. on Sunday mornings (6 a.m. in winter), the sound of the marktschreiers (market criers) will surely do the trick. The market first opened...
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Am Sandtorkai 36, 20457 Hamburg, Germany
Stretching for 1.5 kilometers within the HafenCity quarter, the Speicherstadt is the world’s largest integrated complex of warehouses. The district comprises a series of warehouses built on oak piles rising from canals dug deep enough to allow...
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Deichtorstraße 1, 20095 Hamburg, Germany
A must-see for any art lover visiting Hamburg, the halls of this exhibition center are among the largest in Europe for contemporary art and photography. The center’s two 1911 buildings house three art venues: the Hall for Contemporary Art, the...
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The Alster is an oasis in Hamburg’s urban scene. It’s a favorite destination for locals who spend the day there jogging, picnicking, sailing, paddleboarding and sunbathing. The best way to explore is by boat, with a cruise to the Innenalster...
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Koreastraße 1, 20457 Hamburg, Germany
Harbored in a heritage-listed and preserved warehouse, the ten-story International Maritime Museum is home to artifacts tracing more than 3,000 years of maritime history. The museum began as the private collection of nautical enthusiast Peter Tamm...
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Taking in the lakeside villages of the upper Schleswig-Holstein region is fabulous on foot, but there’s no better way to explore the shores surrounding this picturesque slice of Germany than by boating through the five interconnected lakes that...
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Glockengießerwall, 20095 Hamburg, Germany
The Kunsthalle Museum in the Altstadt district of Hamburg is a haven for art aficionados. The museum spans three buildings and is one of the largest and most important art museums in all of Germany, housing more than seven centuries of art. The...
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Jean-Dolidier-Weg 75, 21039 Hamburg, Germany
Located about an hour from Hamburg by train, the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial stands as a reminder of the 42,900 prisoners incarcerated at this Nazi concentration camp between 1938 and 1945. The memorial is one of the largest in Germany,...