Located opposite Tiergärtnertor just to the south of Kaiserburg , this lovely, half-timbered medieval house was home to ... More
Located opposite Tiergärtnertor just to the south of Kaiserburg , this lovely, half-timbered medieval house was home to the great German painter Albrecht Dürer from 1509 until his death in 1528. Now home to an exhibition dedicated to the life and times of Dürer, the museum provides a fascinating insight into life in the Middle Ages. Visitors can take a guided tour of the house, watch a multimedia show and take part in art workshops.
The Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady) dominates the Hauptmarkt (Main Market). Money for building the church was sponsored by Emperor
Karl IV and since 1816, this has been the city's main Catholic church. It is the oldest church of ...
This romantic villa was designed by the architect Martin Haller, and is located near the Feenteich. Built in 1868, it
has served its new purpose as a guest house for the Hamburg Senate since 1965. Among the countless dignitaries ...
The Rieck house in Curslack is also known as the Vierländer open air museum, and is a branch of the
Altonaer Museum. The city of Hamburg purchased the old peasant house built around 1533 and began its thorough renovation ...
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