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Dessauer Ufer was a subcamp of the Neuengamme concentration camp in Nazi Germany, located inside the Port of Hamburg on the Kleiner Grasbrook in Veddel. It was in operation from July 1944 to April 1945. Inmates were mostly used for forced labour at rubble clearing and building in the Hamburg port area.
The Speicherstadt in Hamburg, Germany, is the largest warehouse district in the world where the buildings stand on timber-pile foundations, oak logs, in this particular case. It is located in the port of Hamburg—within the HafenCity quarter—and was built from 1883 to 1927.
3. Gedenkstätte Bullenhuser Damm
In the street of the same name in the then Hamburg district of Billwerder Ausschlag lies the former school building Bullenhuser Damm, where the SS committed a particularly gruesome crime at the end of the war on the night of April 21, 1945: twenty children, together with their caregivers, four political prisoners, were murdered in the basement of the building that had served as a subcamp of the Neuengamme concentration camp during the war. Hanged. The victims came from Poland, the Netherlands, Czechoslovakia, Italy and France. On the same night, 24 Soviet prisoners of war were also hanged there. The school was reopened in 1948 and named in 1980 after the Polish paediatrician Janusz Korczak, who was also murdered by the Nazi state. Since then, there has been a memorial there. Since 1987, the building has not been used as a school. Today it serves as a kindergarten of the Finkenau Kindergartens Foundation.
4. Dialog im Dunkeln
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.
The Speicherstadtmuseum documents the building and usage history of the historic Speicherstadt in Hamburg. It is located in the room - equally ground floor - of the memory block L of 1888, which was built in the style of neo -Gothic according to a design by the Hamburg architect Georg Thielen and which still has the originals of recessed skeletal construction made of blacksmiths in the part used by the Speicherstadtmuseum. The museum is conveniently located on the Sandtorkai 36 in the neighborhood of HafenCity, the Miniature Wunderland model railway line, the Hamburg Dungeon and the Spice Museum and can best be reached via the subway line 3.
6. Elbe 3
The Elbe 3 fireship was built in 1888 as a lighting ship Weser on the yard of Johann Lange in Vegesack. The first bet was on Position Weser from 1889. In 1936, the ship was given a four-stroke ship diesel engine. Instead of the middle mast, the ship therefore has a chimney. From 1954 to 1955 and 1956 to 1966, the ship served as Bremen position, and from 1966 to 1977, Elbe 3 was a fireship position northwest of Cuxhavens and northeast of Neuwerks in one of the main shipping routes of Deutsche Bay. The lightfire consisted of three electrically operated single fires. The retirement was in Cuxhaven on 23 May 1977.
7. Auferstehungskirche Marmstorf
The Church of the Resurrection is an Evangelical Lutheran church building in the Marmstorf district of Hamburg. While the affiliated rectory was completed in 1957, the construction of the church was built according to the plans of the architectural office Schmidt + Kraul on March 16, 1958 with the laying of the foundation stone began. On Eternity Sunday 1959, Bishop Hanns Lilje inaugurated the church. An organ was installed five years later. Since 1974, the parish hall has existed at the Marmstorfer shopping center, which is located a good 500 meters away from the church building.
8. Harburger Stadtpark
Harburger Stadtpark is a popular park in the 1920s, in the districts of Wilstorf and Marmstorf in the district of Hamburg-Harburg. At the opening of the park in 1926, the two districts belonged to the city of Harburg. Since 1937, both belonged to the city of Hamburg. The park runs in a hilly forest landscape in the Wilstorf district around the outdoor mill pond and has since grown to a total of about 90 hectares of land including water areas. The parking area south of the Nymph Trail and west of the Engelbek to the Langenbek Trail is located in the Marmstorf district.
9. Gedenktafel Ehem. Schießplatz Höltigbaum
Until 1992, the Höltigbaum was a Bundeswehr site training area, which was mainly used by the units of the Panzergrenadierbrigade 17, which was then stationed in Hamburg-Rahlstedt. Today Höltigbaum is one of the largest nature reserves in the Hamburg area and protected according to the European Fauna Flora Habitat Directive. It is a cross-border protection area on the border with Schleswig-Holstein, its Hamburg parts belong to the district of Wandsbek, Rahlstedt district, the Schleswig-Holstein parts belong to the municipality of Stapelfeld in the Stormarn district.
10. Am Weiher
The Eimsbütteler Park "Am Weiher" is a park of about 2.27 hectares in the Eimsbüttel district of the Hamburg-Eimsbüttel district. The surrounding streets are Unnastraße with the Beiersdorf AG site, Im Gehölz and Am Weiher with the Catholic Church of St. Bonifatius and Ottersbekallee. The surrounding streets are quiet residential streets, which is why the park is called an inland park with peripheral development. The exception is the street Im Gehölz, which belongs to the busy Ring 2 and runs directly past the south-eastern end of the park as Bundesstraße 5.
The fish auction hall in Hamburg-Altona was built in Altona in 1895/96 at the newly built fishing port on the Elbe to enable auction, trade and shipping from there. In addition, the building was used to store and repair fishing equipment and the distribution of cooling ice. The hall has served as a place for events since its restoration in 1984. The steel beam construction, which is carried out with brickwerk, has been a listed building since 1984 and testifies to the importance of fish trade in the formerly competing cities of Hamburg and Altona.
12. Hamburg Archaeological Museum
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.
13. Alte Post
The Alte Post in Hamburg is a building completed in 1847 on Poststrasse in Hamburg's Neustadt district. It was built after the Great Fire of 1842 according to plans by Alexis de Chateauneuf out of the need to bring together several of the post offices represented in the city in one house. The largest administrative building in the city at the time is considered an outstanding example of Hamburg's so-called post-fire architecture and is one of the oldest post office buildings in Germany before the founding of the unified Reichspost.
14. Wilhelmsburger Wasserturm
The Groß Sand water tower is located in the Wilhelmsburg district of Hamburg at the hospital of the same name in the Catholic Bonifatius community. It was built in 1910-1911 according to designs by the Altona architect Wilhelm Brünicke. The tower received rooms for the management of the waterworks of the municipality of Wilhelmsburg, which was then part of the Prussian province of Hanover, official apartments and the local museum of the community. With a total height of 46 meters, it secured sufficient water pressure.
15. Bohrkopf T.R.U.D.E.
With an outer diameter of 14.20 metres, the TRUDE shield boring machine, an acronym for Tief Runter unter Die Elbe, was the largest tunnel boring machine in the world at the time. For the extension of the new Elbe Tunnel in Hamburg, a 2560-metre-long fourth tube was drilled under the Elbe riverbed between October 1997 and March 2000 using the shield tunnelling method. The tunnel boring machine, weighing over 2000 tons, removed about 400,000 cubic meters of sand, debris and stones at an average speed of 6 meters per day.
16. MS Stubnitz
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.
17. Arbeitserziehungslager Langer Morgen
Between April 1943 and March 1945, the long morning labor education camp was on Blumensand on the Hohen Schaar in Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg. Like other labor education camps (AEL), it was used to discipline workers, in particular the forced laborers used since 1941, and public deterrent. The legitimate legal basis goes back to several decrees of the imperial leader SS Heinrich Himmler, in particular on the so-called Himmler decree of May 28, 1941. In contrast to the concentration camps of the regional Gesta head office.
18. Nahverkehrsmuseum Kleinbahnhof Wohldorf
The Nahverkehr Museum Kleinbahnhof Wohldorf is located at the former terminal stop of the Elektrische Kleinbahn Alt-Rahlstedt-Volksdorf-Wohdorf in northern Hamburg. The museum provides information about the former Walddörfer-Straßenbahn and the history of local public transport in Hamburg and the surrounding area. The model railway system forms a significant part of the exhibition. The museum has been extensively renovated since 2021. The work was successfully completed in winter 2022.
19. Maria Grün
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 deer park and the formerly independent Mühlenberg settlement separate the church from the Elbe.
20. Kirchenruine St. Nikolai
The Church of St. Nicholas was a Gothic Revival cathedral that was formerly one of the five Lutheran Hauptkirchen in the city of Hamburg, Germany. The original chapel, a wooden building, was completed in 1195. It was replaced by a brick church in the 14th century, which was eventually destroyed by fire in 1842. The church was completely rebuilt by 1874, and was the tallest building in the world from 1874 to 1876. It was designed by the English architect George Gilbert Scott.
21. [Schiff St. Louis, 1939]
The wandering of the St. Louis was a trip from 937 almost without exception German Jews on the St. Louis, a passenger ship of the Hamburg shipping company Hapag, from May to June 1939 from Hamburg to Cuba and Antwerp. To escape the Nazi regime, the passengers wanted to emigrate to Cuba, but did not receive a landing permit there or in the USA and Canada. They were finally left off on board in Antwerp and distributed to Belgium, the Netherlands, France and Great Britain.
22. Altonaer Theater
The Altonaer Theater is a theater in Hamburg, Germany. The private theater adapts literary works for the stagbe, from classics and international bestsellers to young German literature and more. Past productions include Anna Karenina, Steppenwolf, Measuring the World, and The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared. It presents its own productions, guest performances, and special events. Axel Schneider has been the theater manager since 1995.
23. Sankt Nikolai
St. Nikolai Finkenwerder is an Evangelical Lutheran parish in Hamburg-Finkenwerder. The municipality belongs to the Hamburg district of Hamburg-Ost of the Northern Eelbian regional church. The existence of a church in Finkenwerder has been certified since the 16th century; Today's brick church is the fourth church building of the community and was built in the neo -Gothic style in 1880-1881. Parts of the church's equipment from the previous churches are listed.
24. Hamburger Sternwarte
Hamburg Observatory is an astronomical observatory located in the Bergedorf borough of the city of Hamburg in northern Germany. It is owned and operated by the University of Hamburg, Germany since 1968, although it was founded in 1825 by the City of Hamburg and moved to its present location in 1912. It has operated telescopes at Bergedorf, at two previous locations in Hamburg, at other observatories around the world, and it has also supported space missions.
25. Müllberg Hummelsbüttel
The Müllberg Hummelsbüttel in Hammelsbüttel in Hamburg is a former landfill, which is about 79 m above sea level. Nn is the highest elevation in the Wandsbek district. The mountain is green and serves as a resort. It is located north of the Hummelsee and the Hummelsbüttel Moore nature reserve on the southern national border of Schleswig-Holstein. It offers a view of the Hamburg skyline. It serves to walk and picnic the residents of the north of Hamburg.
26. Hauptkirche St. Katharinen
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.
27. Friedrichsberger Park
The Friedrichsberger Park is an approximately 10 hectare public green area in the Hamburg districts of Barmbek-Süd and Eilbek. The park is mainly north of the Eilbek River, between Friedrichsberger Straße in the west and the S-Bahn station Friedrichsberg in the east. It is part of a green area, which also includes the Eichtalpark and the Mühlenteichpark in Wandsbek, the Eilbektal and the Kuhmühlenteich between Hohenfelde and the Uhlenhorst.
28. Museum of Medical History Hamburg
The Medizinhistorisches Museum Hamburg, founded in October 2007, was opened in June 2010. It is under the aegis of the Institute of History and Ethics of Medicine at the University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf. The museum offers a permanent exhibition, regular special exhibitions, conferences, lecture series, workshops and readings. It is located in Fritz-Schumacher-Haus of the University Hospital (UKE), Martinistraße 52, building N 30.
29. Up ewig ungedeelt
Up forever unit is a passage of the Ripen contract from 1460, in which the rule in the Duchy of Schleswig and in the Duchy of Holstein was regulated. After August Wilhelm Neuber used this saying in a poem in 1841, he became the keyword of the state law demanded by the Holstein Assembly in 1844: "The Duchy of Schleswig and Holstein are firmly connected states". Up forever unitred is the motto of the state of Schleswig-Holstein today.
30. Alter Elbpark
The Alte Elbpark in Hamburg is a listed public green space between the districts of Neustadt and St. Pauli. It is part of Hamburg's historic ramparts and connects the Planten un Blomen park to the north with the Stintfang, a striking hill above the St. Pauli Landungsbrücken. The Old Elbe Park is dominated by the Bismarck Monument, erected in 1906 by the sculptor Hugo Lederer. The name Alter Elbpark has also existed since 1906.
31. Tierpark Hagenbeck
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.
32. Alter Friedhof Harburg
The old Harburger Friedhof is a public park located on a former cemetery site in Hamburg-Harburg. It is located on a hill south of St. St. Johannis's Church on Bremer Straße. To the east it borders on Maretstraße with Phoenix District and ends on Baererstraße to the south. From here, a walk runs over a bridge to the Harburger Stadtpark, making a green way from the Harburger inner-city area to the city park.
The Bismarck Monument in Hamburg is a memorial sculpture located in the St. Pauli quarter dedicated to Otto von Bismarck. It is one of 240 memorials to Bismarck worldwide and is the largest and probably best-known of these Bismarck towers. The monument stands near the jetties of Hamburg port on the Elbhöhe, today a local recreation area. The architect was Johann Emil Schaudt; the sculptor was Hugo Lederer.
St. Nicolai in Hamburg-Altengamme is one of the eight Hamburg country churches and is considered the oldest of the village churches in the area of the four and marble. She is consecrated to St. Nicholas of Myra, the patron saint of the children, fishermen, seafarer and dealer. Since the Reformation, which was effective in Altengamme around 1535, it has been the center of an Evangelical Lutheran community.
35. Fazl-e-Omar Mosque
The Fazl-e-Omar Mosque in Hamburg is the second purpose-built mosque in Germany. The mosque is named after the Second Caliph Mirza Basheer-ud-Din Mahmood Ahmad and is located at the street of Wieckstraße in Eimsbüttel, Hamburg. It is run by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (AMJ) and was inaugurated on July 22, 1957, by Sir Muhammad Zafarullah Khan. The foundation stone was laid on February 22, 1957.
The Trinity Church is a church in Hamburg, Hamm, Germany. It was built in 1956/57, after a design by Reinhard Riemerschmid as a successor for the Hammer Church, destroyed in the Second World War, from 1693. The glued concrete construction with its symbolic shapes is one of the most important church buildings in post-war modernity in Northern Germany and has been under monument protection since 2002.
37. Sankt Erich
The Roman Catholic Church of St. Erich between the Billhorn Röhrendamm and Marckmannstraße in the Rothenburgsort district of Hamburg was built in 1961–1963. It is the successor of the parish church of St. Josef am Bullenhuser Damm, destroyed during World War II. The design for the modern church building, which resembles a large fish from the outside, is by the Berlin architect Reinhard Hofbauer.
The Treppenviertel is a district within the Hamburg district of Blankenese, located about 10 kilometers west of the city center. It is bordered by the Süllberg, Baurs Park and Hessepark, and to the south by the banks of the Elbe. There are only a few passable roads in it; the majority of the houses can only be reached on foot via more than 5000 steps, which are distributed over various stairs.
39. Harburger Theater
Harburger Theater is a theatre in Hamburg, Germany. It showcases classic plays, comedies, modern pieces and musicals. The theater hall is located in the main building of the Hamburg Archaeological Museum and the Museumplatz in Harsburg. The head of the theater is Axel Schneider, who also heads the Altona Theater and the Hamburger Kammerspiele. He has been with the Harburger Theater since 2003.
40. German Food Additives Museum
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. Numerous additives are allowed even with organic products. Without these additives, there would be no many foods, others would be significantly more expensive.
The Stintfang is a 26-metre high hill on the right (northern) river bank in Hamburg. It is a remainder of the former Hamburg wallanlage and, due to its exposed location above the St. Pauli Landungsbrücken, a significant landmark in the Hamburg city picture. The youth hostel located on the Stintfang and the viewing platform located in front of it overlooks the port of Hamburg is known.
The Goßlerhaus was built in 1794 by Christian Frederik Hansen as a country house for the Courtmaster John Blacker of the Merchant Adventurers and later changed greatly by his last owner and namesake John Henry Goßler. The building in the Blankenese district of Hamburg, which is a historical monument, houses the Janssen Library and is the venue of the Förderverein Goßlerhaus.
The Rieck-Haus is an open-air museum in Hamburg-Curslack that specializes in the representation of rural life in the Vierlanden before the industrial revolution. The museum uses a homestead with indoor house on Curslacker Elbdeich, which had been managed by the Rieck family until around 1940 and which has been part of the Rieck Haus in Bergedorf museum landscape since the 1950s.
The office building Überseering 45 or ERGO building is a building complex completed in 1974 in Hamburg's City Nord office district, which today houses the life insurance division of the Ergo Insurance Group. The building was listed as a historical monument in 2019. The conceptual coherence of the building complex makes it "an outstanding example of German post-war modernism".
45. Sankt Sophien
St. Sophien is a Roman Catholic parish church in Hamburg-Barmbek-Süd, Germany, at Weidestraße 53. The church, which opened in 1900, was donated by the shipowner Wilhelm Anton Riedemann. The name may go back to the common first name "Sophie" of Riedemann's wife and their daughter; officially, the church bears the patronage of Sophia of Rome. The building is a listed building.
46. Riepenburger Mühle
The Riepenburger mill "Boreas" is located at Kirchwerder Mühlendamm 75a in Hamburg-Kirchwerder. It is a Dutch mill. Built in 1828, it is the oldest and largest surviving grain windmill in Hamburg. It was mentioned as a mill site in 1318, making it one of the oldest in Germany. A mill with the name "Boreasmühle" also existed in Flensburg, of which only a street name remained.
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".
48. victims of national socialism - forced labour in the Hanseatischen Kettenwerke
The Hamburg-Langenhorn outer warehouse was a outer warehouse of the Neuengamme concentration camp from September 1944 to the beginning of May 1945 for initially 500 female prisoners in the north of Hamburg on the border with Schleswig-Holstein. It was in Hamburg-Langenhorn on the way 4. The barrack camp was in the immediate vicinity of locations in the armaments industry.
49. Kirche Nienstedten
The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Nienstedten is the central church of the Nienstedten district of Hamburg. It is located between Elbchaussee and Hasselmannstraße and thus only a few hundred meters as the crow flies from the banks of the Elbe. The church is a very well-preserved baroque church typical of northern Germany with furnishings that are well worth seeing.
50. Gartenstadt Berne
The garden town of Berne is a settlement area in the district of Farmsen-Berne in Hamburg, Germany, which was built in 1919–1932 in the sense of the garden city movement. The settlement, which was created in cooperative self-help, had large plots of land allowing self-sufficiency to be supplied with fruit and vegetables and also allowing the sewage to be closed.
51. Harburger Schloss
The Harburger Castle on the castle island in Harburger Binnenhafen is the oldest structural testimony of today's Hamburg district of Hamburg-Harburg. It is the core of the Harburg settlement, the later town of Harburg/Elbe. The castle has been destroyed several times in the course of its history. Today only a structurally strongly changed side wing is preserved.
52. Leuchtturm Neuwerk
The Great Tower Neuwerk is the most significant building of the Neuwerk island, belonging to Hamburg. Completed in 1310, the structure is one of the oldest worldwide that was used as lighthouse (1814–2014) and still standing. This former beacon, watchtower and lighthouse is also the oldest building in Hamburg and oldest secular building on the German coast.
53. Landhaus Mahr
Landhaus Mahr is a thatched brick house at Hohenbergstedt 21 in Hamburg's Bergstedt district. It was built in 1911/1912 according to designs by the architects Hermann Distel and August Grubitz and has been a listed building since 1989. From 1982 to 2011 it was inhabited by a shared flat, the Wohnmodell Kritenbarg e.V. The building has been vacant since 2011.
54. Altonaer Balkon
The Altonaer Balkon is located in Hamburg's Altona-Altstadt district in the Altona district. The green space is part of a series of Elbe parks that are located high above the Elbe on the approximately 27-metre-high Geest slope and which line up like a chain – starting at the promenade Bei der Erholungs in the St. Pauli district in a westerly direction.
55. Evangelische Freikirche Torstraße
The Church of God , also called the Church of God Ministries, is an international holiness Christian denomination with roots in Wesleyan-Arminianism and also in the restorationist traditions. The organization grew out of the evangelistic efforts of several Holiness evangelists in Indiana and Michigan in the early 1880s, most notably Daniel Sidney Warner.
56. Cap San Diego
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.
57. Thalia Theater
The Thalia Theater is one of the three state-owned theatres in Hamburg, Germany. It was founded in 1843 by Charles Maurice Schwartzenberger and named after the muse Thalia. Today, it is home to one of Germany's most famous ensembles and stages around 9 new plays per season. Current theatre manager is Joachim Lux, who in 2009/10 succeeded Ulrich Khuon.
The Bugenhagenkirche is a former Evangelical Lutheran church in the Barmbek-Süd district of Hamburg, Germany. It was built between 1927 and 1929 on today's Biedermannplatz according to plans by the architect Emil Heynen and restored and rebuilt by Bernhard Hirche from 1996 to 1998. In 2004, the Bugenhagen Church was closed and deconsecrated in 2019.
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.
60. Wohlers Park
The Norderreihe Cemetery, also known as the Norderfriedhof or Wohlers Park because of its location on Wohlers Allee, is a former burial ground in Altona's Old Town. It was inaugurated in 1831 and the last funeral took place in 1945. It has been a listed building since 1979 and has also been designated as a public park of about 4.6 hectares.
61. Wasserturm Lohbrügge
The Sander Dickkopp is a water tower in Hamburg-Lohbrügge at Richard-Linde-Weg 21f. Its Low German name derives on the one hand from its shape and on the other hand from its location in the Sander Tannen forest area. From the viewing platform on the roof, on a clear day, you can see as far as Hamburg and far into the Vier- and Marschlande.
62. Lokstedter Wasserturm
The Lokstedt Water Tower is located in the Lokstedt district of Hamburg, close to the mouth of Süderfeldstraße into Lokstedt Steindamm. It is no longer used as a water tower, but is converted for housing purposes. With its height of 50.25 m, it clearly surpasses the low residential building of Lokstedt, forming a landmark of the district.
63. Dampfeisbrecher Stettin
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.
64. Alter Botanischer Garten
The Alter Botanischer Garten Hamburg, sometimes also known as the Schaugewächshaus or the Tropengewächshäuser, is a botanical garden now consisting primarily of greenhouses in the Planten un Blomen park of Hamburg, Germany. Alter Botanischer Garten is located on the Hamburg Wallring at Stephansplatz and is open daily without charge.
65. Gedenkstein KZ-Außenlager
From September 1944 to February 1945, the Neugraben subcamp in Hamburg-Neugraben-Fischbek was one of the 86 subcamps of the Neuengamme concentration camp for female prisoners. De jure, however, it was located on the present-day area of Hamburg-Hausbruch, as this has been beginning since 1951 at the point east of the Falkenbergsweg.
The Cape Stadttring 2 and 4 office building is a building complex completed in 1968 in the Hamburg office town of City Nord. The initiator of the construction and long -time user was the mineral oil company ESSO Germany, from 2010 the insurance group Allianz took over the building. It has been under monument protection since 2013.
67. Sammlung Falckenberg
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.
68. Internationales Maritimes Museum Hamburg
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.
69. Hamburger Stadtpark
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.
70. Altonaer Kaispeicher
In 1924 the Altona Kaissteicher was built according to a draft by Gustav Oelsner. The kais storage is located in the Neumühlen part of the Große Elbstraße. It belongs to the Hamburg cultural monuments. In 2009 this modernization measures took place. In the 21st century, the memory is used for events of different types.
The Deichtorhallen in Hamburg, Germany, is one of Europe's largest art centers for contemporary art and photography. The two historical buildings dating from 1911 to 1913 are iconic in style, with their open steel-and-glass structures. Their architecture creates a backdrop for spectacular major international exhibitions.
The Ericus Bridge is a former swing bridge built in 1870 in the Hamburg district of HafenCity, which leads over the Ericusgraben and BOKOTORHART in the course of Poggenmühle. It connects the partial quarters Broktorkai/Ericus and at the Lohsepark. It is considered one of the oldest surviving movable bridges in Germany.
73. Hauptkirche St. Trinitatis
The Protestant main church of St. Trinitatis was built between 1742 and 1743 in the baroque style of the time in the Holstein town of Altona, which was incorporated into Hamburg in 1938. After being destroyed during the war, the building was restored to its original form in the 1960s and given a modern interior design.
The Apostle Church is an Evangelical Lutheran church built in 1893 and 1894 in the Hamburg district of Eimsbüttel. The design comes from the architects Erwin von Melle and Peter Gottlob Jürgensen. The external appearance is characterized by neo -Romanesque style elements, inside there is a dome -arched central area.
75. Hammer Park
Hammer Park is a listed public park in the Hamm district in the east of Hamburg. In its current size and shape, it was designed from 1914 to 1920 by the then Hamburg horticultural director Otto Linne. However, he goes back to an older and much larger private landscape garden, whose roots go back to the 17th century.
76. St. Johannis Eppendorf
The St. Johannis Church is a parish church in the Eppendorf district of Hamburg, Germany. It was a very long center of a large church game and is the mother church of many other churches in the north of Hamburg. The building named after John the Baptist is considered the most famous “wedding church” in Hamburg.
77. Info-Pavillon Hannoverscher Bahnhof
Hannoversche Railway Station was a former head station in Hamburg. It was opened in 1872 and was located on the Grasbrook on the grounds of today's Lohseplatz. Until the separation of Hamburg Hauptbahnhof in 1906, it was the end point for all passenger trains that crossed the Elbe from the south near Hamburg.
St. Martin's Evangelical Lutheran Church is located in Hamburg's Rahlstedt district in the Neu-Rahlstedt district between the streets Rahlstedter Straße and Hohwachter Weg. Due to its location, striking architecture and colour scheme, the church shows stylistic echoes of the Sanctuary of Notre-Dame-du-Haut.
79. Blankeneser Kirche am Marktplatz
The Evangelical-Lutheran Church of Blankenese in Hamburg-Blankenese is located on the Blankenese market square and is often referred to as a market church only locally. The church with its 78-metre-high tower belongs to the villa district around Blankeneser Railway Station, which was opened from the 1890s.
80. Jenisch Haus Stiftung Historisches Museum Hamburg
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.
The Hafenbahn tunnel Altona is a disused, 961 m long railway tunnel in Hamburg-Altona. It combined the easternmost track in the Hamburg-Altona train station with the track systems of the former Altona harbor railway below the Geest slope on the Elbe and the Altona fishing port. He was released for tours.
82. Sankt Bonifatius
St. Bonifatius is the Roman Catholic parish church of Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg. It was built in 1897/98 according to the design of Richard Herzig (Hildesheim) as a neo-Romanesque basilica, restored after war destruction and supplemented in 1965/66 according to plans by Egon Pauen (Hamburg) in modern forms.
B-515 is a Tango-class submarine of the Soviet and Russian Navies. It remained in active service until 2001. It 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.
84. Sankt Joseph
The Roman Catholic Church and Parish of St. Joseph is located in the Wandsbek district of Hamburg. It is dedicated to St. Joseph, husband of Mary, Mother of God. The neo-Romanesque building is located on Witthöfftstraße, near Wandsbek's market square, opposite the Matthias-Claudius-Gymnasium.
85. Simon von Utrecht
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.
86. [Schiff Exodus, 1947]
Exodus 1947 was a packet steamship that was built in the United States in 1928 as President Warfield for the Baltimore Steam Packet Company. From her completion in 1928 until 1942 she carried passengers and freight across Chesapeake Bay between Norfolk, Virginia and Baltimore, Maryland.
87. Goßlers Park
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.
88. St. Petri und Pauli zu Hamburg-Bergedorf
St. Petri and Pauli is an Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hamburg-Bergedorf and is considered the most important historical construction of the district alongside the Bergedorfer Castle. As the oldest church in the central town of the four- and marble, it shows a rich artistic design.
89. Alter Bahnhof Bergedorf
The Old Railway Station in Hamburg-Bergedorf, Germany, is the second oldest preserved station building in Germany. It was created in 1842, after a draft by Alexis de Chateauneuf. The railway line to Hamburg was planned by William Lindley in 1838 and started operation on 7 May 1842.
90. St. Martinus
St. Martin's Church is an Evangelical Lutheran church in Hamburg's Eppendorf district, built on 7 August 1949 and consecrated on 11 December 1949. It is located at the intersection of Martinistraße and Tarpenbekstraße and is one of three Bartning emergency churches in Hamburg.
91. Hamburg Dungeon
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.
The Elbbergbrücke is a street bridge in Hamburg near Kaistraße. It crossed the rails of the Altona harbor railway in the Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona-Altona.
93. Kirche am Markt
The Evangelical Lutheran Church on the Market Square in Hamburg-Niendorf is the second sacred central building in the city of Hamburg after the Church of Grace in the Karolinenviertel and is considered the most important baroque building in the city after the St. Michael's.
The Heinrich-Groß-Hof is a listed residential ensemble in the Hamburg district of Barmbek-Süd and is located on the Kraepelinweg, Pinelsweg and Reyesweg. It was built by the shipping room cooperative in 1928 and contains 128 apartments with a living space of 30 to 74 m².
95. Altonaer Museum
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.
Antonipark is a small public park in Hamburg. It is located on the Elbe high bank, on the intersection Pinnasberg/Antoni-/Bernhard-Nocht-/St.Pauli-Hafenstraße and largely in the district Altona-Old Town on the border with St. Pauli. It is also known as Park Fiction.
97. Wasserturm Hamburg-Bergedorf
The former water tower of Hamburg-Bergedorf is on the edge of the villa district on the Pfingstberg, a hill above the Bille. The buildings of the Luisen-Gymnasium cover the 31 m high tower to a large extent, so that only its top can be seen from the residential area.
98. St. Prokopius
The Church of St. Procopius is a Russian Orthodox church abroad located in Hamburg-Stellingen. It is dedicated to St. Procopius, a Lübeck-born merchant who, after converting to the Russian Orthodox faith, renounced completely by distributing his wealth to the poor.
99. Sankt Pauli Kirche
The Evangelical Lutheran Church of St. Pauli is located in Hamburg's Altona-Altstadt district on Pinnäsberg Street. Until a change in the boundaries of the district in 1938, the church belonged to the district of St. Pauli, for which it had given its name in 1833.
100. Black Form
Black Form – Dedicated to the Missing Jews is a sculpture created in 1987 by the American artist Sol LeWitt, which has been installed since 1989 as a memorial to the destroyed Jewish community of Altona on the Platz der Republik in front of the Altona town hall.
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