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Altona City Hall

Altonaer Rathaus

Looks more like a castle than a city hall. An architectural gem worth checking out, even for the view of Elbe.

Platz der Republik 1, 22765 Hamburg, Germany

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  • Hamburg City Hall

    Imposing Neo-Renaissance hall and the witness of many historical events of Hamburg. Take the guided tour and marvel at the architecture.

  • Speicherstadt Quarter

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  • Deichstrasse

    A picturesque street that dates back to the 14th century. See how the old harbour looked like back in the 17th century.

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    The promenade to go to on Sunday afternoon, when you want to enjoy a coffee with a wonderful view of the river Elbe. Lined with shops.

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