This bridge, on which building commenced in 1843, links the Jungfernstieg and the Bergstraße, crossing the Kleine Alster ... More
This bridge, on which building commenced in 1843, links the Jungfernstieg and the Bergstraße, crossing the Kleine Alster (Little Alster). It was named after a miller whose corn mill stood here. After the bridge was completed, the Alster dam was moved to today's Town Hall lock (Rathausschleuse). Several thousand people cross the bridge on their way to work or to the shops every day, and many a piece of bread flies down the bridge along the way, which is much appreciated by the white Alster swans.
The Kornhausbrücke, with its artistic iron railings is an exceptionally beautiful bridge connecting the free port to Hamburg's Old Town.
It is situated near the Zippelhaus and the German Customs Museum can be found on its other side, facing ...
Located on the Alster, Hayn's Park combines the three neighborhoods of Winterhude, Eppendorf and Borstel. The deputy mayor and senator,
Max Theodor Hayn used to have his country seat here. Today a lot of people like to go for ...
If the harbor is the heart of Hamburg, then the Alster is its soul. Created by damming a tributary of
the River Elbe in the 13th Century, the lake is now an integral part of the cityscape and lends ...