The impressive Landungsbrücken and Old Elbe Tunnel are probably Hamburg's most popular landmark motifs. Built in ... More
St. Paul Landing Stages
The impressive Landungsbrücken and Old Elbe Tunnel are probably Hamburg's most popular landmark motifs. Built in 1906-10 by Ludwig Raabe and Otto Wöhlecke, the 420-meter-long building features two towers of differing heights, as well as a number of bridge-shaped passageways and copper domes. Several piers lead out to floating pontoons in the middle of the Elbe. These were once used as mooring points for the galleons which frequented the city, but are now used primarily by sightseeing boats.
The educational service of the Museum Der Arbeit offers various interesting guided tours through several neighborhoods and with varying themes.
One of the most well established events is a tour of the Speicherstadt on Sunday mornings, meeting at the ...
At BrigittenstraBe 3, there is a small but well organised fan shop of FC St.Pauli. Loyal fans can spend a
lot of money on a large choice of products sporting football club's logo. Be it bumper stickers, key rings, ...
Paulskirche (St. Paul's Church) became famous not as a church, but as a meeting place. Built to replace the Barfüßerkirche
(Church of the Barefooted), it was opened in 1833. The first freely elected German parliament sat here in 1848; ...