83 Sights in Hamburg, Germany (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Hamburg, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 83 sights are available in Hamburg, Germany.

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1. Gedenkstätte Bullenhuser Damm

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The former school building, Bullenhuser Damm, is located on the street of the same name in the Billwerder Ausschlag district of Hamburg. On April 1, 1945, the SS committed a particularly brutal crime at the end of the war: 20 children and their caregivers, four political prisoners were hanged in the basement of the building used during the war as an ancillary camp to Neuengamme concentration camp. The victims were from Poland, the Netherlands, Czechoslovakia, Italy and France. That night, 24 Soviet prisoners of war were also hanged there. The school reopened in 1948 and was named in 1980 after Polish pediatrician Janusz Korczak, who was also murdered by the Nazi state. Since then, there has been a monument there. The building is no longer used as a school since 1987. Today, it is the kindergarten of Finkenau Kindergarten Foundation.

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2. Tansania-Park

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The Tanzania Park is the unofficial name of a monument facility in Hamburg-Jenfeld that presented memorials and sculptures from German colonial history. This was created in 2003 by the privately initiated Kulturkreis Jenfeld on the site of the former Lettow Vorbeck barracks. A content to this property consists of the namesake of the Bundeswehr site Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck, commander of the protection force for German-East Africa, today's Tanzania, during the First World War. Since there are already numerous military and colonial symbols on the premises and on the building facades, including ceramic relief portraits of the military Hermann von Wissmann, Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck and Lothar von Trotha, further monuments of the Germans and in particular the Hamburg colonial history, some of which are stored , are placed in this place.

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3. Dialog im Dunkeln

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Dialog im Dunkeln Dr. Avishai Teicher / CC BY 2.5

Dialogue in the Dark is an awareness raising exhibition and franchise, as well as a social business. In Dialogue in the Dark, blind guides lead visitors in small groups through different settings in absolute darkness. Through this visitors learn how to interact without sight by using their other senses, as well as experience what it is like to be blind. The exhibition is organized as a social franchising company, which offers the exhibition as well as business workshops, and has created jobs for the blind, disabled, and disadvantaged worldwide. The exhibition aims to change mindsets on disability and diversity, and increase tolerance for “otherness”. More than 9 million visitors have gone through an experience in the Dark and thousands of blind guides and facilitators find employment through exhibitions and workshops.

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4. Moorweide

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The moor pasture is a public green area in the Rotherbaum district of Hamburg, north of the Dammtor station. It was originally limited by Edmund-Siemers-Allee, Moorweidenstraße, the Mittelweg, the Neue Rabenstraße and Alsterglacis. The part west of the Rothenbaumchaussee has been built with the main building of the university since 1919 and is no longer officially counted as a moor willow in the narrower sense. The remaining main part between Rothenbaumchaussee and Mittelweg is also known as a large moor pasture, the strip between Mittelweg and Neuer Rabenstraße as a small moor pasture. Overall, today's park is approximately 4.3 hectares and entered the Hamburg list of monuments as a "important garden monument".

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5. Elbe 3

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In 1888, the fire ship Elbe 3 was built in Vegesack as a light ship Weser at the Johann Lange shipyard. The first assignment was in the Weser position from 1889. In 1936 the ship received a four-stroke ship diesel engine. The ship therefore has a chimney instead of the middle mast. From 1954 to 1955 and 1956 to 1966, the ship was in service in Bremen, and from 1966 to 1977 in the 3rd Elbe 3, a feast position northwest of Cuxhaven and northeast of Neuwerk in one of the main shipping routes of the German Bay. The beacon consisted of three electrically operated individual fires. The outstanding position was on May 23, 1977 in Cuxhaven.

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6. Harburger Stadtpark

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The Harburger Stadtpark is a folk park, which was created in the 1920s, in the districts of Wilstorf and Marmstorf in the Hamburg-Harburg district. At the opening of the park in 1926, the two districts belonged to the city of Harburg. Both have been part of the city of Hamburg since 1937. The park leads in a hilly forest landscape in the Wilstorf district around the outer mill pond and has since grown through acquisitions to a total of around 90 hectares of base area, including the water areas. The parking area south of the Nymphenweg and west of Engelbek to Langenbeker Weg is located in the Marmstorf district.

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7. Rathaus

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Hamburg City Hall is the seat of local government of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Germany. It is the seat of the government of Hamburg and as such, the seat of one of Germany's 16 state parliaments. The Rathaus is located in the Altstadt quarter in the city center, at the Rathausmarkt square, and near the lake Binnenalster and the central station. Constructed from 1886 to 1897, the city hall still houses its original governmental functions with the office of the First Mayor of Hamburg and the meeting rooms for the Parliament and the Senate.

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8. Archäologisches Museum Hamburg

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Archäologisches Museum Hamburg Unknown authorUnknown author / Public domain

The Archäologisches Museum Hamburg is an archaeological museum in the Harburg borough of Hamburg, Germany. It houses the archaeological finds of the city of Hamburg and the neighbouring counties to the south of the city. It focuses on northern German prehistory and early history as well as the history of the former city of Harburg. The museum is also home to the cultural heritage landmarks commission of the city of Hamburg and the adjacent district of Harburg in Lower-Saxony and thus supervises all archaeological undertakings in the region.

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9. MS Stubnitz

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MS Stubnitz Benutzer:Gemo-netz / Attribution

The Motorschiff Stubnitz e. V. , a registered non-profit association, is the operator of an 80-metre former freeze & transport vessel of the German Democratic Republic high seas fishing fleet based in Rostock. Since 1993 it has been transformed into a mobile platform for music, cultural production, documentation and communication. Inside this listed historical monument, the former cargo holds are used as venues for live music, exhibitions, performances and media art. Artists and co-workers are lodged and fed on board.

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10. Speicherstadtmuseum

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The Speicherstadt Museum records the construction and use of Hamburg's historic Speicherstadt. It is on the ground floor of the 1888 L storage block, which was built in neo-Gothic style according to the design of Hamburg architect Georg Thielen. The part used by Speicherstadtmuseum still retains the original wrought iron riveted skeleton structure. The museum is located in Sandtorkai 36, close to HafenCity, the model railway Miniatur Wunderland, Hamburg Dungeon and Gewürzmuseum, and can be reached by subway line 3.

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11. Bohrkopf T.R.U.D.E.

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Bohrkopf T.R.U.D.E. Wolfgang Meinhart / CC BY-SA 3.0

Trude shield boring machine is the acronym of Elbe River Valley, with an outer diameter of 14.20 meters, which was the largest tunnel boring machine in the world at that time. Between October 1997 and March 2000, a fourth pipe, 2,560 metres long, was drilled under the bed of the Elbe River in order to extend the new Elbe River tunnel in Hamburg. This tunnel boring machine, which weighs more than 2,000 tons, excavates about 400,000 cubic meters of sand, gravel and stones at an average speed of 6 meters per day.

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12. Maria Grün

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The church of Maria Grün, actually Sankt Mariä Assumption, in Hamburg-Blankenese is a Catholic parish church from the time of the Weimar Republic. It is located on the southeastern edge of the district at the intersection of Schenefelder Landstrasse and Elbchaussee, not far from the district border with Nienstedten on the area formerly belonging to the village of Dockenhuden. The Hirschpark and the formerly independent Mühlenberg settlement separate the church from the Elbe.

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13. St. Pankratius

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The Evangelical Lutheran Church of St. Pancrasius in Hamburg-Newenfield was built in 1682-1687. North German organ master Arp Schnitger and his wife and daughter are buried in the church. On the south side next to the pulpit basket, a floor and his preserved church booth are reminiscent of him. In addition, the church is highly respected for its organ built by Schnitger and its uniform Baroque decoration until 1731. A. boasts the oldest pulpit in northern Germany-worth seeing.

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14. Hauptkirche St. Katharinen

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St. Catherine's Church is one of the five principal Lutheran churches (Hauptkirchen) of Hamburg, Germany. The base of its spire, dating from the 13th century, is the second oldest building preserved in the city, after the lighthouse on Neuwerk island. It is situated on an island near what was formerly the southern boundary of the medieval city, opposite the historic harbour area on the Elbe river. It traditionally served as the church of the seamen.

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15. Alter Schwede

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Der Alte Schwede or Alter Schwede is a glacial erratic, found during dredging of the river Elbe near Hamburg in 1999, at a depth of 15 m. The rock has a circumference of 19.7 m, a height of 4.5 m and weighs 217 tons. During the Elster maximum glaciation of the ice age 400 000 years ago, it was carried from Småland to the site where it was found. In June 2000, it was given its current name. It is Germany's oldest glacial erratic.

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16. Friedrichsberger Park

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Friedrichsberger Park is a 10-hectare public green space in the Hamburg districts of Barmbek-Süd and Eilbek. The park is mainly located north of the Eilbek River, between Friedrichsberger Straße in the west and the Friedrichsberg S-Bahn station in the east. It is part of a green belt that also includes the Eichtalpark and the Mühlenteichpark in Wandsbek, the Eilbektal and the Kuhmühlenteich between Hohenfelde and the Uhlenhorst.

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17. Tierpark Hagenbeck

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Tierpark Hagenbeck Tierpark Hagenbeck / Public domain

The Tierpark Hagenbeck is a zoo in Stellingen, Hamburg, Germany. The collection began in 1863 with animals that belonged to Carl Hagenbeck Sr. (1810–1887), a fishmonger who became an amateur animal collector. The park itself was founded by Carl Hagenbeck Jr. in 1907. It is known for being the first zoo to use open enclosures surrounded by moats, rather than barred cages, to better approximate animals' natural environments.

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18. Medizinhistorisches Museum Hamburg

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Hamburg Medical History Museum was established in October 2007 and opened in June 2010. It is sponsored by the Institute of Medical History and Ethics of Hamburg-Eppendorf University Medical Center. The museum offers permanent exhibitions, regular special exhibitions, conferences, lecture series, workshops and readings. It is located in Fritz-Schumacher-Haus, Martinistraäe 52, Building N 30, University Hospital (UKE).

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19. Alter Friedhof Harburg

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The old Harburg cemetery is a public park on a former cemetery site in Hamburg-Harburg. It is located on a hill south of the St. Johannis Church on Bremer Strasse. In the east he borders on Maretstrasse with the Phoenixviertel and ends in the south on Baererstrasse. From here a footpath runs over a bridge to the Harburg city park, which makes a green path connection from the Harburg inner city area to the city park.

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20. Eichenpark

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The Alsterpark leads along the banks of the Alster around the outside and includes the areas of Schwanenwik, the Eduard-Rhein bank and the Alster foothills. In the south, the park leads east through the districts of St. Georg, Hohenfelde, Uhlenhorst and Winterhude, from the Krugkoppelbrücke west through the Alster foothills in Harvestehude and Rotherbaum to the Kennedybrücke at the transition to the inland.

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21. Sankt Erich

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The Roman Catholic Church of St. Erich between the Billhorner Röhrendamm and Marckmannstrasse in the Rothenburgsort in Hamburg was built in 1961–1963. It is the successor building of the parish church of St. Josef at Bullenhuser Damm, destroyed in World War II. The design for the modern church structure, which resembles a large fish from the outside, comes from the Berlin architect Reinhard Hofbauer.

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22. Altonaer Balkon

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The Altona balcony is located in the Altona district in Hamburg in the Altona district. The green area is part of a series of Elbparkks that are high above the Elbe on the approximately 27 -meter -high geest slope and which - starting at the promenade during recreation in the St. Pauli district towards the west, rows together and part of the urban cultural landscape are high banks of the Elbe.

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23. Treppenviertel

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The stair area is a neighborhood within the Blankenese district of Hamburg, about 10 kilometers west of the city center. It is limited by the Süllberg, Baurs Park and the Hessepark as well as in the south by the banks of the Elbe. There are only a few navigable streets in it; The majority of the houses can only be reached on foot via more than 5000 steps that are spread over various stairs.

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24. St. Johannis Eppendorf

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The St. Johannis Church is an Evangelical Lutheran parish church in the Hamburg district of Eppendorf. It is one of the oldest foundations in the northern Eelbian area, was a very long focus of a large parish and is the mother church of many other churches in the north of Hamburg. The building named to John the Baptist is considered the best known “wedding church” in Hamburg.

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25. Bugenhagen-Denkmal

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Bugenhagen-Denkmal Lucas Cranach the Elder / Public domain

Johannes Bugenhagen, also called Doctor Pomeranus by Martin Luther, was a German theologian and Lutheran priest who introduced the Protestant Reformation in the Duchy of Pomerania and Denmark in the 16th century. Among his major accomplishments was organization of Lutheran churches in Northern Germany and Scandinavia. He has also been called the "Second Apostle of the North".

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26. Stintfang

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Stintfang is a 26-meter-high hill on the right bank of the Elbe River in Hamburg, Germany. It is a relic of the former Hamburg city wall and is an important landmark in Hamburg's urban landscape due to its exposed position above St. Pauli's landing bridge. The most famous is the youth hostel in Stintfang and the observation deck in front with a view of Hamburg Harbor.

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27. Sankt Gertrud

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St. Gertrude's Church is a neo-Gothic building in the Uhlenhorst district of Hamburg, Germany, designed by Johannes Otzen. Today's St. Gertrude Church, located in Kuhmühlenteich, on Immenhof Street, was built as a successor to Gertrude Chapel, which was destroyed by fire in 1842. The name of the church can be traced back to the Virgin of Neville and St. Gertrude.

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28. Bhagwan-Stein

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Bhagwan-Stein Gerhard Kemme in der Wikipedia auf Deutsch / Public domain

Fuhlsbüttel prison, commonly known as Santa Fu, is a prison originally located in Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel and now in Hamburg-Ohlsdorf. As a purely male institution, it is responsible for closed prisons and preventive detention. The transfer of deportation detention from Fuhlsbüttel prison to Billwerder prison; At the same time, it is no longer executed there.

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29. Cap San Diego

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MS Cap San Diego is a general cargo ship, situated as a museum ship in Hamburg, Germany. Notable for Her elegant silhouette, She was the last of a series of six ships known as the white swans of the South Atlantic, and marked the apex of German-built general cargo ships before the advent of the container ship and the decline of Germany's heavy industry.

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30. Lokstedter Wasserturm

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The Lokstedt water tower is located in the Lokstedt district of Hamburg, near the intersection of Süderfeldstraße and Lokstedter Steindamm. It is no longer used as a water tower, but rebuilt for residential use. With a height of 50.25 meters, it is significantly higher than Lokstedt's low-rise residential area and is therefore a landmark in the area.

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31. Sankt Sophien

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Hagia Sophia is a Roman Catholic parish church in Hamburg-Bambeck-Sood, Germany. The church opened in 1900 and was donated by ship owner William Anton Ridman. The name may derive from the common name "Sophie" of Riedemann's wife and her daughter; Officially, the church is sponsored by Sophia in Rome. This building is listed as a historical monument.

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32. St. Johannis Harvestehude

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St. Johannis-Harvestehude, Hamburg, is a neo-gothic Protestant church built between 1880 and 1882 and considered one of the best-preserved turn-of-the-century monuments of Hamburg. Contrary to what the name might suggest, the church is located in the Rotherbaum quarter of Hamburg, between the streets of Turmweg and Mittelweg, near the Außenalster.

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33. Köhlbrandbrücke

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Köhlbrandbrücke Gunnar Ries / CC BY-SA 2.5

The Köhlbrand Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge in Hamburg, Germany, which connects the harbor area on the island of Wilhelmsburg between the Norderelbe and Süderelbe branches of the Elbe river with motorway 7. It bridges the Süderelbe, here called Köhlbrand, before it unites with the Norderelbe again. The bridge was opened on 9 September 1974.

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34. Museum am Rothenbaum – Kulturen und Künste der Welt

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Museum am Rothenbaum – Kulturen und Künste der Welt Carol.Christiansen 13:04, 15 May 2007 (UTC) / Public domain

The Museum am Rothenbaum – Kulturen und Künste der Welt, founded in 1879, is today one of the largest museums of ethnology in Europe. The approximately 350,000 objects in the collection are visited every year by about 180,000 visitors. It lies in the Rotherbaum quarter of the Eimsbüttel borough in Hamburg at the Rothenbaumchaussee avenue.

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35. Dampfeisbrecher Stettin

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Stettin is a steam icebreaker built by the shipyard Stettiner Oderwerke in 1933. She was ordered by the Chamber of Commerce of Stettin. The economy of the city of Stettin strongly depended on the free access of ships to and from the Baltic Sea. Therefore, icebreakers were used to keep the shipping channels free from ice during the winter.

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36. Martin-Luther-Kirche

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The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hamburg-Ulsterdorf Martin Lutheran Church is located directly on the axis of Hindenburg Street at the intersection with Bebelallee/Alsterdorfer Street. The church is easy to see due to the open space of the street, but it is also affected by traffic noise due to its proximity to the big crossroads.

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37. Sankt Elisabeth

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St. Elizabeth's Church in Hamburg is a church located in the Harvestehude district of Hamburg, near Hochallee in Innocentiapark. It is the main church in the Roman Catholic diocese of St. Elizabeth in Hamburg. The church was built in 1926 and designed by Heinrich Leonard and Jos. Van Geisten, and is listed as a historical monument.

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38. Sammlung Falckenberg

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The Falckenberg Collection is a collection of works of art of modernity and contemporary art collected by the lawyer and entrepreneur Harald Falckenberg in Hamburg. The private collection is counted by the international journal ArtNews among the "200 best in the world". She has been one of the Deichtorhallen Hamburg since 2011.

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39. Internationales Maritimes Museum Hamburg

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The Internationales Maritimes Museum Hamburg is a private museum in the HafenCity quarter of Hamburg, Germany. The museum houses Peter Tamm's collection of model ships, construction plans, uniforms, and maritime art, amounting to over 40,000 items and more than one million photographs. It opened in a former warehouse in 2008.

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40. Hamburger Stadtpark

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Hamburg Stadtpark is a large urban park in the district of Winterhude, in the Hamburg borough of Hamburg-Nord. Spanning an area of 148 hectares, it is the second-largest park in the city after Altona Volkspark. The Stadtpark is regarded as the "green heart" of Hamburg, despite being located some 3 km from the city centre.

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41. U-434

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Soviet submarine B-515 was a Tango-class submarine of the Soviet and Russian Navies. She remained in active service until 2001. She is currently docked in Hamburg and is open to the public as a museum exhibit. The submarine is sometimes referred to as U-434, which derives from the pennant number painted on the vessel.

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42. Gedenkort für Deserteure und andere Opfer der NS-Militärjustiz

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The "Memorial to Deserters and Other Victims of Nazi Military Justice" is located in Hamburg's Dammtordamm, near two older monuments that also feature themes of war and war victims. Special tribute is paid to the 227 victims of the justice system of the National Defence Force during the Second World War in Hamburg.

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43. Jenisch Haus Stiftung Historisches Museum Hamburg

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Jenisch House (Jenisch-Haus) is a country house in Hamburg built in the 19th century and an example of Hanseatic lifestyle and neoclassical architecture. As of 2008, Jenisch House is the home of the Museum für Kunst und Kultur an der Elbe. It is located within the Jenisch park in the Othmarschen quarter.

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44. Info-Pavillon Hannoverscher Bahnhof

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The Hannoversche Bahnhof was a former head station in Hamburg. It was opened in 1872 and was on the large grassbrook on the site of today's Lohseplatz. Until the detachment from Hamburg Central Station in 1906, he was the end point for all passenger trains that crossed the Elbe from the south at Hamburg.

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45. Innocentiapark

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Innocentiapark in Hamburg is in the western part of the Harvestehude district, between Brahms and Parkallee, next to the Grindel high-rise. The park was named after Pope Innocent IV. Naming. Built in 1884, the park is modeled on the British model and is occasionally called "Innopark" by Hamburg people.

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46. Museum der Arbeit

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The Hamburg Museum of Work is a museum in Hamburg-Barmbek. Its major theme is changes in work and living during the last 150 years. It examines and displays the social cultural and economic effects of industrialisation. The museum is an anchor point on the European Route of Industrial Heritage (ERIH).

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47. Christuskirche Wandsbek

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Evangelical Lutheran Christian Church Wandsbek is the central church in the Wandsbek district of Hamburg, Germany. It occupies the east side of Wandsbek Market Plaza, and its unique towers are clearly visible from the entire Wandsbek Center. Today's church building is the fourth church in this place.

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48. Sankt Johannis Altona

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The Evangelical Lutheran Church of St. Johannis in Hamburg-Altona is a neo-Gothic church building from 1873. It belongs to the parish of Altona-Ost in the church district Hamburg-West/Südholstein of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Northern Germany and also serves as a cultural church.

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49. Simon von Utrecht

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Simon of Utrecht was a warship captain of the Hanseatic League during the Middle Ages. He was probably born in Flanders, but emigrated to Hamburg, Germany, where he received citizenship in 1400. He became famous for his participation in the capturing the pirate Klaus Störtebeker in 1401.

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50. Auferstehungskirche Barmbek

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The Church of the Resurrection in Hamburg-Barmbek-Nord, also called "Kirche am Tieloh" after its location, is the church of the Evangelical Lutheran parish of Nord-Barmbek. The congregation belongs to the Church District Hamburg-Ost of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Northern Germany.

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51. Kindertransport

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Children's transport-The last farewell is the title of a bronze sculpture by the sculptor Frank Meisler on the DAG-HAMMARSKJOLD-SPLAG in front of the southern exit of the Hamburg Dammtor train station, which he designed together with his long-standing employee, the sculptor Arie Ovadia.

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52. Goßlers Park

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Gossler's Park is a public park in Blankenese in Hamburg. It is located north of Blankeneser Landstraße and near Blankenese station. The park is named after the Gossler hanseatic banking family. The Goßlerhaus, a white mansion previously owned by the Gosslers, is located in the park.

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53. Kaiser Wilhelm I

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The Emperor William Monument in Hamburg is an equestrian statue in memory of Emperor William I. The statue, created by Johannes Schilling and featuring four allegorical figures, was erected in 1903 at the City Hall Market, but has stood on the walls of the Judicial Forum since 1930.

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54. BLEICHEN

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MS Bleichen is a museum ship in the port of Hamburg, which has its berth in the Hansa port on Bremer Kai in front of Shed 50. The ship, built in 1958, is a breakbulk cargo carrier of its time and is located in front of the listed general cargo storage shed used by the port museum.

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55. Hamburg Dungeon

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Hamburg Dungeon Photo: Andreas Praefcke / CC BY 3.0

Built in 2000, the Hamburg Dungeon is a tourist attraction from a chain including the London Dungeon and Berlin Dungeon. It is the first of this brand to be built in mainland Europe. It provides a journey through Hamburg’s dark history in an actor led, interactive experience.

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56. Antonipark

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The Antonipark is a small public park in Hamburg. It is located on the Ulbhochufer, at the Pinasberg/Antoni/Bernhard-Nocht-/St. Pauli-Haßenstraße intersection and mostly in the Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona line.

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57. Norwegische Seemannskirche

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The Norwegian Seemannskirche is an Evangelical Lutheran Seemannskirche in Hamburg. She belongs to the diocese of Bjørgvin in Bergen with 27 other Seemannskirchen over the Sjømannskirken - Norsk Kirke I Utlandet. The buildings in Hamburg are protected as a cultural monument.

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58. St.Peter

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St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church is the central church in the Grosbostel district of Hamburg. It is located at the corner of Borsteler Chaussee/Schrödersweg, next to Stavenhagenhaus. Its central location and prominent nave and towers shape the city image of the area.

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59. Blankeneser Kirche am Marktplatz

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The Evangelical-Lutheran Blankenes Church in Hamburg-Blankenese is located on the Blankeneser Marktplatz and is often only referred to locally as a market church. The church belongs to the villa area around the Blankeneser train station, which was opened up from the 1890s.

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60. St. Martinus

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The St. Martinus Church is a Evangelical Lutheran church in the Hamburg district of Eppendorf, built on December 7, 1949 and was inaugurated on December 11, 1949. It is located there on the Martinnistraße / Tarpenbekstraße and one of three Bartning-Notkirchen in Hamburg.

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61. Altonaer Museum

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Altonaer Museum is an art museum in the suburb of Altona in Hamburg, Germany. The museum association was established in 1863, when Altona was still part of Denmark. The museum has a collection of over 300 000 objects connected to the cultural history of Northern Germany.

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62. Freilichtmuseum am Kiekeberg

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Kiekeberg Open-air Museum is a former Hamburg Open-air Museum located in the Harburg Mountains. It is located between Ehestorf and Vahrendorf in Rosengarten City, Harburg District. Today, the museum is sponsored by the charitable foundation Freilichtmuseum am Kiekeberg.

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63. Denkmal Bornplatzsynagoge

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Denkmal Bornplatzsynagoge Knackstedt & Näther / PD-alt-100

Bornplatz Synagogue, in Hamburg's Grindal district, was inaugurated in 1906 and is one of the largest synagogues in Germany. It is the main synagogue of the German-Israeli community (DIG). In 1911, the building of Talmud-Tora School was built in close proximity.

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64. Hermann Josef Rieger

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Hermann Josef Rieger was a German DSV ski coach and physiotherapist at Hamburger SV. His 26 years as a masseur at HSV made him a club idol and "cult masseur". Today, a bronze statue in front of the north-east entrance of the Volksparkstadion commemorates Rieger.

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65. St. Anschar

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St. Anschar is an Evangelical Lutheran parish in Hamburg-Eppendorf. The church building was built in 1889 and is now a listed building. The church belongs to the Anchröhe Foundation and is located on the foundation site, somewhat reset from Tarpenbekstrasse.

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66. Black Form

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Black Form-Dedicated to the Missing Jews is a sculpture by the American artist Sol Lewitt, which has been created in 1987, which has been installed as a memorial for the destroyed Jewish community of Altonas on the Republic of the Altona town hall since 1989.

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67. Schleidenpark

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The Schleidenpark was created in 1903/04 on the outskirts of Hamburg-Barmbek-Süd on open grounds as the first public park in a Hamburg working-class district. The streets surrounding it were named Biedermannplatz in 1947 after the urbanization.

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68. Domkirche Sankt Marien

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Domkirche St. Marien is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Sankt Georg, Hamburg, Germany, and the metropolitan cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hamburg. It was the first new Roman Catholic church built in Hamburg since the Reformation.

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69. Schimmelmann-Mausoleum

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The Schimmelmann Mausoleum is the burial site of Heinrich Carl von Schimmelmann and his wife Caroline. It is located not far from the Christuskirche in Hamburg-Wandsbek. It is considered one of the main works of classicism in northern Germany.

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70. Peking

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Peking is a steel-hulled four-masted barque. A so-called Flying P-Liner of the German company F. Laeisz, it was one of the last generation of cargo-carrying iron-hulled sailing ships used in the nitrate trade and wheat trade around Cape Horn.

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71. PROTOTYP -Das Automuseum

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The Prototyp – Personen. Kraft. Wagen (persons. power. cars) museum in Hamburg opened in 2008 in Hamburg's Speicherstadt district. The permanent exhibition of the museum specializes in German sports and racing cars developed after WW II.

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72. U-Boot-Bunker Fink II

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U-Boot-Bunker Fink II Smith (Sergeant), No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit / Public domain

Fink II, the camouflage name for the submarine bunker at Rüschkanal in Finkenwerder, was built on the grounds of the German shipyard from 1941 to 1944. It was blown up in 1945. Today, it is home to the bunker of the Fink II submarine.

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73. Erlöserkirche Farmsen

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The Evangelical Lutheran Erlöserkirche in Hamburg-Farmsen-Berne is located somewhat away between the Bramfelder Weg and the street Am Luisenhof. It belongs to the garden city Farmsen designed by Hans Bernhard Reichow and Otto Gühlk.

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74. Deutsches Zusatzstoffmuseum

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The German additives museum on the site of the Hamburg large market provides information about additives and additives, such as flavor enhancers, flavors, dyes and enzymes in food. Current and historical subject areas are shown here.

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75. Planetarium

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Planetarium Planetarium Hamburg / Public domain

Hamburg Planetarium is one of the world's oldest, and one of Europe's most visited planetariums. It is located in the district of Winterhude, Hamburg, Germany, and housed in a former water tower at the center of Hamburg Stadtpark.

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76. Jung mit'n Tüddelband

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At the Eck Steiht’n Jung with’n Tüdelband, also known as the titles on the steiht’n young with the trudel band and en really Hamborger Jung is a Low German Couplet, the history of which began in 1911 with the Wolf brothers.

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77. Alter Leuchtturm Pagensand-Süd

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The old Pagensand-Süd lighthouse is a small lighthouse that stood on the southern tip of Pagensand from 1934 to 2015. Since November 21, 2015, he has been set up as a technical monument in the Oevelgönne Museum Hall in Hamburg.

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78. electrum - Museum der Elektrizität

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The Electrum - The Museum of Electricity in Hamburg is a museum that deals with the history of electricity and the application of electrical current, especially since the start of electrification until the recent past.

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79. Amsinckpark

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The Amsinckpark is a park in Hamburg-Lokstedt, Eimsbüttel district. It lies between the streets of Delwisch and behind the Lieth and is about 5.7 hectares in size. He was named after the former owner Wilhelm Amsinck.

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80. Imam Ali Moschee

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The Islamic Centre Hamburg is one of the oldest mosques in Germany and Europe and is abbreviated IZH. Established in Hamburg, in northern Germany, in the late 1950s by a group of Iranian emigrants and business people.

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81. Alter Botanischer Garten

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Planten un Blomen is an urban park with a size of 47 hectares in the inner-city of Hamburg, Germany. The name Planten un Blomen is Low German for "Pflanzen und Blumen" in German or "Plants and Flowers" in English.

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82. Altonaer Bahnwasserturm

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The water tower of the former Hamburg-Altona railway depot is at the junction from the connecting train to the Hamburg-Altona head station. It was built in 1954/55 and is one of the latest water towers in Hamburg.

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83. Miniatur Wunderland

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Miniatur Wunderland is a model railway and miniature airport attraction in Hamburg, Germany, the largest of its kind in the world. The railway is located in the historic Speicherstadt neighbourhood of the city.

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