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  • 1 Counting Houses

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Burchardplatz D - 20095 Hamburg

    These shop buildings (late 19C) stand in the business and printing district of the city. They are a colossal mass of dark bricks, and see in particular the House of Chile (Chilehaus) that stretches into the sky, the Sprinkenhof, a city within a city,..

  • 2 Hamburg Old Town

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Deichstraße D - 20459 Hamburg

    This is where the fire of 1842 started. It is lined with merchants' houses from the 17 and 18C that now house taverns. The warehouses with their restored façades face the Nikolaifleet canal, a picture-postcard view of old Hamburg. The Hohe Brücke bri..

  • 3 St Catherine's Church, Hamburg

    Religious buildings

    Kathamrinenkirchhof D - 20457 Hamburg

    The church was built (and rebuilt) in the 14 and 15C in the Gothic style. Its bulbous Baroque tower is ornamented with openwork and dominates the old port.

  • 4 Villa Jenisch

    Museums and art

    Baron-Voght-Straße 50 D - 22609 Hamburg

    In an English-style park where exotic essences grow, this neo-classical house (1831-1834) has some beautifully furnished rooms that give an overview of bourgeois interiors at the end of the Renaissance period until the appearance of Art Nouveau.

  • 5 Ernst Barlach House

    Museums and art

    Baron-Voght-Straße 50a D - 22549 Osdorf

    This house was designed to receive the personal collection of the cigarette makerHermann F Reemtsma. It houses many sculptures, wood engravings and drawings by Ernst Barlach, born in Wedel on the outskirts of Hamburg.

  • 6 Sankt-Pauli Neighbourhood

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Reeperbahn D - 20457 Hambourg

    Sankt-Pauli is laid out around Reeperbahn, the main thoroughfare, and is home to the Davidwache, the city's main police station. It had its golden age in the 1960s, when The Beatles played at the Star Club on Große Freiheit. At that time its image wa..

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