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    Hanseatic City of Lübeck

    Lübeck -- the former capital and Queen City of the Hanseatic League -- was founded in the 12th century and prospered until the 16th century as the major trading centre for northern Europe ...

  • Volksfestplatz Lübeck (Festival Place Lübeck), a spacious outdoor area, is a great site for any type of festival, fair, carnival, market, etc. With all the up-to-date technical devices you ...

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    Am Ährenfeld 2

    What could be more fascinating than the sun, the moon and the stars? Children have a thousand questions on the objects in the sky and they are very ...

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    54 Roeckstrasse

    When the emperor suggested that a local organization for boaters should be established the Lubeckr Yachtclub was founded on August 30th 1898. Since then the club ...

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    At Adolphplatz, surrounded by the Stadtpark greens and the turn-of-the-century suburban villas, there is a small idyllic playground, which is not just popular with the ...

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    1 Mühlendamm

    The museum of nature and environment has a quite challenging task - as the only museum in Schleswig Holstein, it provides a complete overview of landscape, animals and habitats ...

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    Ratzeburger Allee

    In 1804, the architect Christian Lillie built this house in the classic style. Eye specialist Max Linde bought the property and the 33,000 square meter park which belongs to it in 1897. The new owner ...

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    bei Sankt Johannis 1

    Music school Neue Freilichtbühne Johanneum in Lübeck hosts several shows at the end of the school year to showcase their students' talent. Among the ...

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    Today's Wallanlagen are the last remaining relics of the fortifications that once shielded Lübeck. In the 17th century, people began to replace the ...

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    In the 15th century, Lübeck's leaders noticed that providing wheat to the city was a task much too important to rely on the capacities of private mills ...