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Hamburg is a city in northern Germany. It is located on the Elbe River and is known for its
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Das ist ein “Kurzvortrag” über Hamburg genauere Inhalte: > Hamburg History > Hamburger Hafen und Landungsbrücken > Speicherstadt > places you have to visit

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hamburg Hamburg is a city in northern Germany. It is located on the Elbe River and is known for its large harbor. Almost two million people live in Hamburg. In Germany, only Berlin is even bigger. Hamburg is over 1000 years old. In the Middle Ages, the city was a member of the Hanseatic League, a powerful association of merchants and cities. Because the harbour has always been important, Hamburg has been attacked and conquered several times by other countries, for example Denmark or France. Today, Hamburg belongs to Germany and is its own state. It's governed by the First Mayor and the Senate, that's the government's name here. The harbour of Hamburg is the larg est in Germany and one of the largest in the world. There are also shipyards where new ships are being built, as well as a large aircraft plant and many factories. There, raw materials such as petroleum, copper, rubber or coffee are processed. However, many newspapers, television and radio stations are also at home in Hamburg. There are also several universities and many museums and sights. The most famous building in the city is the church of St. Michael, called Michel. However, many newspapers, television and radio stations are also at home in Hamburg. There are also several universities and many...

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museums and sights. The most famous building in the city is the church of St. Michael, called Michel. Hamburg is rather sparsely populated for a big city. There are many parks. The city park in the north of the city, the Jenischpark to the west, and the ramparts and Planten un Blomen in the city center are well-known. The Ohlsdorf cemetery is the largest park cemetery in Europe. Much of Hamburg's urban area is a port area where no one lives. Altenwerder, for example, used to be a village. Today, it's a district of Hamburg and is located in the port area. Only three people live in Altenwerder. Another reason why few people live on a lot of space in Hamburg is the four- and marshlands. They are located in the southeast of the city, further up on the Elbe. That's where you live very village. The forest villages in the north of the city and the elb suburbs in the west are also rather village. This is where the rich citizens of Hamburg live. Hamburg was destroyed twice. The first time was the big city fire in 1842, the second time in 1943. At that time, World War II raged and the Allies attacked Hamburg from the air. That's why there aren't many old buildings in Hamburg. The oldest building in Hamburg is the lighthouse on Neuwerk, which is far from the actual city. He comes from the 14th Century. However, most of Hamburg's houses were built in the 1950s. Houses made of red bricks are particularly often on display in Hamburg. The Hafencity is a particularly modern residential area that is currently being built. Hafen & the Landungsbrücken Once upon a time, the building ensemble was a dock for steamboats, today the S-Bahn and subway stop at the station of the same name. In addition, numerous boats start from the landing bridges for a harbour tour and catamarans to Heligoland. With the HADAG ferry 62, the hobby sailor can sail out the Elbe with a normal HVV ticket and visitors to the musicals in the musical theaters on the Elbe move from the landing bridges to the other bank of the Elbe. Around 8,000 ships arrive in the port of Hamburg every year. It consists of almost 300 berths. More than 2,300 freight trains enter and out of the four container terminals every week. The three cruise terminals are often occupied. Ships such as the MSC or the AIDA are usually available there in summer. Speicherstadt Hamburg's Speicherstadt is part of downtown Hamburg. It's called because there are a lot of storage facilities, i.e. warehouses. The Speicherstadt is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, together with the Kontorhaus district around the Chilehaus. The Speicherstadt is located just south of Hamburg's old town, between the Oberhafen and the Sandtorkai. Otto von Bismarck was a pioneer of the Speicherstadt. He gave Hamburg in the 19th Century a free port. This is an area where goods can be driven there by ships without having to pay money, a so-called customs duty. However, the many goods delivered also had to be stored. Between 1883 and 1927, large warehouses were built near the port, where the various goods brought about from all over the world could be stored. The Speicherstadt is now part of Hamburg's Hafencity, which attracts many hamburgers and tourists. Many storage facilities are still needed to store goods, others are used differently: at the Kehr again you will find the Hamburg Dungeon, a scary experience system, That I've visited the first time,when I was 10 years old. And the Miniatur Wunderland, the largest model railway system in the world. I've visited this already 6 times. Other facts Sights and places to visit: • Elbphilharmonie • Reeperbahn Miniatur Wunderland ● ● ● ● ● the dungeon St. Michaelis church the old Elbtunnel in St.Pauli the harbour, here you can do a ship tour trough the harbour Zoo Hagenbeck the Speicherstadt the Elbstrand

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Hamburg is a city in northern Germany. It is located on the Elbe River and is known for its
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hamburg Hamburg is a city in northern Germany. It is located on the Elbe River and is known for its large harbor. Almost two million people live in Hamburg. In Germany, only Berlin is even bigger. Hamburg is over 1000 years old. In the Middle Ages, the city was a member of the Hanseatic League, a powerful association of merchants and cities. Because the harbour has always been important, Hamburg has been attacked and conquered several times by other countries, for example Denmark or France. Today, Hamburg belongs to Germany and is its own state. It's governed by the First Mayor and the Senate, that's the government's name here. The harbour of Hamburg is the larg est in Germany and one of the largest in the world. There are also shipyards where new ships are being built, as well as a large aircraft plant and many factories. There, raw materials such as petroleum, copper, rubber or coffee are processed. However, many newspapers, television and radio stations are also at home in Hamburg. There are also several universities and many museums and sights. The most famous building in the city is the church of St. Michael, called Michel. However, many newspapers, television and radio stations are also at home in Hamburg. There are also several universities and many...

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museums and sights. The most famous building in the city is the church of St. Michael, called Michel. Hamburg is rather sparsely populated for a big city. There are many parks. The city park in the north of the city, the Jenischpark to the west, and the ramparts and Planten un Blomen in the city center are well-known. The Ohlsdorf cemetery is the largest park cemetery in Europe. Much of Hamburg's urban area is a port area where no one lives. Altenwerder, for example, used to be a village. Today, it's a district of Hamburg and is located in the port area. Only three people live in Altenwerder. Another reason why few people live on a lot of space in Hamburg is the four- and marshlands. They are located in the southeast of the city, further up on the Elbe. That's where you live very village. The forest villages in the north of the city and the elb suburbs in the west are also rather village. This is where the rich citizens of Hamburg live. Hamburg was destroyed twice. The first time was the big city fire in 1842, the second time in 1943. At that time, World War II raged and the Allies attacked Hamburg from the air. That's why there aren't many old buildings in Hamburg. The oldest building in Hamburg is the lighthouse on Neuwerk, which is far from the actual city. He comes from the 14th Century. However, most of Hamburg's houses were built in the 1950s. Houses made of red bricks are particularly often on display in Hamburg. The Hafencity is a particularly modern residential area that is currently being built. Hafen & the Landungsbrücken Once upon a time, the building ensemble was a dock for steamboats, today the S-Bahn and subway stop at the station of the same name. In addition, numerous boats start from the landing bridges for a harbour tour and catamarans to Heligoland. With the HADAG ferry 62, the hobby sailor can sail out the Elbe with a normal HVV ticket and visitors to the musicals in the musical theaters on the Elbe move from the landing bridges to the other bank of the Elbe. Around 8,000 ships arrive in the port of Hamburg every year. It consists of almost 300 berths. More than 2,300 freight trains enter and out of the four container terminals every week. The three cruise terminals are often occupied. Ships such as the MSC or the AIDA are usually available there in summer. Speicherstadt Hamburg's Speicherstadt is part of downtown Hamburg. It's called because there are a lot of storage facilities, i.e. warehouses. The Speicherstadt is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, together with the Kontorhaus district around the Chilehaus. The Speicherstadt is located just south of Hamburg's old town, between the Oberhafen and the Sandtorkai. Otto von Bismarck was a pioneer of the Speicherstadt. He gave Hamburg in the 19th Century a free port. This is an area where goods can be driven there by ships without having to pay money, a so-called customs duty. However, the many goods delivered also had to be stored. Between 1883 and 1927, large warehouses were built near the port, where the various goods brought about from all over the world could be stored. The Speicherstadt is now part of Hamburg's Hafencity, which attracts many hamburgers and tourists. Many storage facilities are still needed to store goods, others are used differently: at the Kehr again you will find the Hamburg Dungeon, a scary experience system, That I've visited the first time,when I was 10 years old. And the Miniatur Wunderland, the largest model railway system in the world. I've visited this already 6 times. Other facts Sights and places to visit: • Elbphilharmonie • Reeperbahn Miniatur Wunderland ● ● ● ● ● the dungeon St. Michaelis church the old Elbtunnel in St.Pauli the harbour, here you can do a ship tour trough the harbour Zoo Hagenbeck the Speicherstadt the Elbstrand