Self-guided Sightseeing Tour #14 in Hamburg, Germany


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Tour Facts

Number of sights 9 sights
Distance 5.8 km
Ascend 90 m
Descend 93 m

Experience Hamburg in Germany in a whole new way with our self-guided sightseeing tour. This site not only offers you practical information and insider tips, but also a rich variety of activities and sights you shouldn't miss. Whether you love art and culture, want to explore historical sites or simply want to experience the vibrant atmosphere of a lively city - you'll find everything you need for your personal adventure here.

Activities in HamburgIndividual Sights in Hamburg

Sight 1: Evangelisch-lutherische Hauptkirche St. Jacobi

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The St. Jacobi Church is one of the five main Evangelical Lutheran churches in Hamburg. Despite many changes in the course of history and massive destruction in the Second World War, the church is one of the few preserved medieval buildings in the city centre. It is a protected cultural property under the Hague Convention.

Wikipedia: Hauptkirche Sankt Jacobi (Hamburg) (DE)

212 meters / 3 minutes

Sight 2: Levantehaus

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The Levantehaus is an account house in Hamburg (Hamburg-Altstadt), Mönckebergstraße 7.

Wikipedia: Levantehaus (DE)

608 meters / 7 minutes

Sight 3: Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg

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The Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg is a museum of fine, applied and decorative arts in Hamburg, Germany. It is located centrally, near the Hauptbahnhof.

Wikipedia: Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (EN), Website

708 meters / 8 minutes

Sight 4: Centrum Moschee

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The Hamburg Central Mosque is a mosque founded in 1977 by Association of Mosques and located in the Hamburg-St. Georg in Hamburg. «Islamic community of Hamburg — Centrum-Moschee e.V.» is a founding member of Alliance of Islamic Communities in Northern Germany (BIG) and member of Schura Hamburg, with which the State of Hamburg maintains State Treaty. On February 27, 2016, the Muslim theologian Mehmet Karaoglu was elected imam as chairman of the Central Mosque. He is also President of IGMG -Hamburg and Chairman of BIG. Fatih Yildiz was elected as a deputy. Karaoglu and Yildiz replaced the previous chairman and imam Ramazan Ucar and his deputy Ahmet Yazici after almost two decades.

Wikipedia: Hamburg Central Mosque (EN)

760 meters / 9 minutes

Sight 5: Feuer- und Rettungswache Berliner Tor

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The main fire station Berliner Tor is a listed office building of the Hamburg Fire Brigade at the Berliner Tor in Hamburg-St. George.

Wikipedia: Hauptfeuerwache Berliner Tor (DE)

1000 meters / 12 minutes

Sight 6: Alfredstraße

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The Alfredstraßenbrücke is a listed road bridge in the Hamburg district of Borgfelde. It runs over the tracks of the Hamburg–Lübeck long-distance railway line and the S-Bahn line 1 in the direction of Ohlsdorf and Poppenbüttel.

Wikipedia: Alfredstraßenbrücke (DE)

1177 meters / 14 minutes

Sight 7: Christuskirche Hamm

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Christuskirche Hamm Ajepbah / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Christuskirche in Hamburg-Hamm is an Evangelical methodist church building from the late 1950s, which is a listed building.

Wikipedia: Christuskirche Hamburg-Hamm (DE)

834 meters / 10 minutes

Sight 8: Dreifaltigkeitskirche

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The Holy Trinity Church is an Evangelical Lutheran church in the Hamburg district of Hamm. It was built in 1956/57 according to a design by Reinhard Riemerschmid as a successor to the Hammer Church from 1693, which was destroyed in the Second World War. The clinker-brick concrete building with its symbolic forms is one of the most important church buildings of post-war modernism in northern Germany and has been a listed building since 2002.

Wikipedia: Dreifaltigkeitskirche (Hamburg-Hamm) (DE), Website

474 meters / 6 minutes

Sight 9: Hammer Park

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Hammer Park is a listed public park in the district of Hamm in the east of Hamburg. In its present size and form, it was designed between 1914 and 1920 by the then Hamburg horticultural director Otto Linne. However, it goes back to an older and much larger private landscaped garden, the roots of which date back to the 17th century.

Wikipedia: Hammer Park (DE)


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