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Hamburg (in German, Hamburg; pronunciation: [ˈham.bʊʁk]; locally: [ˈham.bʊɪç]; in lower German Hamborg, [ˈham.bɔːx]), officially the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg [n. 1] (in German, Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg) is a city-state [n. 2] located in northern Germany. It has an extension of 755 km² and 1 828 123 inhabitants (September 2017). Hamburg heads a metropolitan area of 5.3 million people and occupies neighboring states of Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein. Hamburg is the second most populous city in Germany, after Berlin, the third in Central Europe and the seventh in the European Union. The port of Hamburg is the second largest in Europe, only after the port of Rotterdam; and the ninth in the world. It is located 290 kilometers from Berlin.
The full name of Hamburg is "Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg" (Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg in German). This is due to its history as a member of the Hanseatic medieval league and as a Free Imperial City of the Holy Roman Empire, and also because it is a city-state and one of the sixteen federated states of Germany.
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Citadines Michel Hamburg
Appartements an der Elbphilharmonie
Stay! Hotel Boardinghouse
Urbaner Lifestyle im klimaneutralen Effizienzhaus
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Lindner Park-Hotel Hagenbeck ★★★★
Boutique 125 Hamburg Airport by INA
Hotel Wedina an der Alster
GRAND ELYSEE Hamburg ★★★★★
The Kunsthalle in Hamburg (in German: Hamburger Kunsthalle) is an art museum located in Hamburg, Germany.
It consists of three related buildings. The first was built in 1863-1869 by architects Georg Theodor Schirrmacher and Hermann von der Hude; the others were erected in 1919 and 1997.
The museum houses an important collection of 19th-century painting with works by Max Liebermann, Lovis Corinth, Philipp Otto Runge, Caspar David Friedrich, Adolf Menzel and Jean-Léon Gérôme. Another building is dedicated to modern art.
A Kunsthalle painting was affected by the theft of art from Frankfurt in 1994. While on loan at the Kunsthalle Schirn in Frankfurt, Caspar David Friedrich's Nebelschwaden painting was stolen. After negotiations with the thieves, a lawyer bought the painting; when Kunsthalle refused to reward him, he sued them and won.
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St Pauli CITY Apartment
City-Lofts am Park
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Sofitel Hamburg Alter Wall ★★★★★
Holiday Inn Hamburg - City Nord, an IHG Hotel ★★★★
Hotel Baseler Hof ★★★★
Courtyard by Marriott Hamburg City
Chilehaus (in German: 'Casa de Chile') is an office building located in the port city of Hamburg (Germany) that was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco on July 5, 2015 within the set 'Speicherstadt area and Kontorhaus neighborhood with the Chilehaus building ».
The building, an example of the architectural movement known as "brick expressionism" of the 1920s, is built on an area of 5950 m², is ten stories high and 36,000 m² built.
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Exclusive Apartment Central Station
Die Ferienwohnung Hamburg
Sehr schöne, große Wohnung im Reiherstiegviertel
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Ibis budget Hamburg City Ost ★
Select Hotel Hamburg Nord
GINN Hotel Hamburg Elbspeicher ★★★★
Hamburg Marriott Hotel
Thalia Theater in Hamburg
The Thalia Theater is one of the three theaters owned by the state of Hamburg, (Germany). It was founded in 1843 by Charles Maurice Schwartzenberger receiving the name of the muse Talía. The building is located on Raboisen Street in the Alstad district of Hamburg, near the Binnenalster.
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Blue City Apartment’s
Ferienwohnung in der Lindenallee
Adina Apartment Hotel Hamburg Michel
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Empire Riverside Hotel
PIERDREI Hotel HafenCity Hamburg
Leonardo Hotel Hamburg Elbbrücken ★★★★
St. Nicholas Church (Hamburg)
The church of St. Nicholas (in German, St.-Nikolai-Kirche), in neo-Gothic style, was one of the five main Protestant churches (Hauptkirchen) in the city of Hamburg. It is currently in ruins, and serves as a memorial and an important architectural place of interest. When Hamburg residents mention the Nikolaikirche, they usually refer to this church, and not to the new Hauptkirche of St. Nicholas, which is located in the Harvestehude district.
The church was the tallest building in the world from 1874 to 1876 and is still the second tallest building in Hamburg.
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SleepLounge - Appartments am Airport
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Apartment in Sternschanze
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Best Western Plus Hotel Böttcherhof ★★★★
Hotel Hafentor ★★★
a&o Hamburg City
Park Hotel Hamburg Arena
Speicherstadt (literally city of warehouses), located in Hamburg, Germany, is the largest warehouse district with wooden piles in the world. It is located in the Port of Hamburg, within HafenCity, and was built between 1883 and 1927. It is 1.5 km long and is crossed by canals.
This neighborhood was built as a free zone to transfer goods without paying customs. Currently, the neighborhood and its surroundings are being remodeled as part of the HafenCity project.
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OBERDECK Studio Apartments
Apartment Residences at Park Hyatt Hamburg
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Hotel Village ★★★
Arcade Hotel & Hostel Hamburg
Novotel Hamburg City Alster ★★★★
Hotel Hamburger Perle
Hamburg-Mitte (in Spanish, Center of Hamburg), is one of the seven districts of the city of Hamburg, Germany, which mainly comprises the urban center. The neighborhoods Hamburg-Altstadt (in Spanish, old city of Hamburg) and Neustadt (in Spanish, new city) are the historical origin of Hamburg. In 2006 the population of the district was 233 144 inhabitants.
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Alster City Garden Villa
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NH Collection Hamburg City
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Hotel Denbu ★★★
ibis budget Hamburg St Pauli Messe
Hamburg City Hall
The Hamburg City Hall (in German, Hamburg Rathaus) is the city hall (Rathaus) of Hamburg, Germany. It is located in the Altstadt district in the city center, near Lake Binnenalster and the central station. Built between 1886 and 1897, the town hall still houses its governmental functions, with the office of the Mayor of Hamburg and the meeting rooms of the Parliament and the Hamburg Senate.
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Hansa Apartments Hamburg
STAY Boardinghouse Flottbek
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Pionier Hotel Hamburg Wandsbek ★★
Church of Santa Catalina (Hamburg)
St. Catherine's Church (in German, Hauptkirche St. Katharinen) is one of the five main Lutheran churches (Hauptkirchen) in Hamburg, Germany. The base of its spire, dating from the thirteenth century, is the second oldest preserved building in the city, behind the lighthouse on the island of Neuwerk. It is situated on an island near what was once the southern limit of the medieval city, facing the historic port on the Elbe River. It has traditionally been the church of sailors.
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Appartello Smarttime living Hamburg
Boutique Hotel Villa Rosali
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St.Joseph Hotel Hamburg - Reeperbahn St.Pauli Kiez ★★★new
Park Hotel am Berliner Tor ★★★★new
The Binnenalster or Inner Lake of the Alster is one of two artificial lakes located in the city of Hamburg, Germany, formed by the Alster River (the other is the Außenalster). The main annual festival is the Alstervergnügen. It has an area of 0.2 km².
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Eimsbütteler Straße "KUTTER"
Hapimag Resort Hamburg
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Residence Inn by Marriott Hamburg Altonanew
ibis Hotel Hamburg St. Pauli Messe ★★new
Novotel Suites Hamburg City ★★★new
The Suites Rainvilleterrasse ★★★★new
Joh. Berenberg, Gossler & Co., commonly known as Berenberg Bank and branded as Berenberg, is a German multinational financial institution based in Hamburg, especially an investment bank and a private bank. It is the oldest bank in the commercial world, the second oldest bank in the world in general and the oldest German bank.
The bank was founded in Hamburg in 1590 by Hans and Paul Berenberg, brothers of Antwerp in modern Belgium. The bank has been continuously owned by its descendants, a Hanseatic family dynasty, which were one of the main families of the city-state of Hamburg. The bank has offices in Hamburg, Frankfurt am Main, Düsseldorf, Munich, Stuttgart, and other German cities, as well as in Zurich, Geneva, Luxembourg, London, Paris, New York, Boston, Salzburg, Vienna and Shanghai.
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Architektenwohnung in der Sternschanze
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3 Bedroom apartment in great location
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Heikotel - Hotel Am Stadtpark ★★★new
Holiday Inn - Hamburg - HafenCity, an IHG Hotel ★★★★new
Hotel Eggers Hamburgnew
Oper am Gänsemarkt
The Oper am Gänsemarkt or Theater am Gänsemarkt was an opera house in Hamburg, Germany, built in 1678 and designed by Girolamo Sartorio. It was not a court opera, as in many other cities. Everyone could buy a ticket, as in Venice. Many of the works there represented in German or librettos translated from Italian.
The building was demolished in 1756, but rebuilt in 1765.
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City Hotel Hamburg Mittenew
ibis Hamburg Alsterring ★★new
Holiday Inn - Hamburg - Berliner Tor, an IHG Hotelnew
Elbbrücken Hotel ★★★new
Marcard, Stein & Co
The Marcard Family Bank, Stein & Co AG is a traditional private bank in Hamburg, which today is part of the M.M. Warburg & CO Bank. The bank works as a specialized family office and offers the full range of tools available, which is required as part of the family's complex comprehensive care assets. In addition, it has an affiliation of more than 300 foreign investment funds from Luxembourg, Switzerland, Ireland, Cayman Islands, France and other countries. Marcard, Stein & Co is subject to bank supervision and is a member of the Deposit Guarantee Fund of the Federal Association of German Banks.
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Jugendstilunterkunft im Herzen von Hamburg
APARTHOTEL am Südkanal
Urlaub Hamburg Altes Land
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Leonardo Hotel Hamburg City Nord ★★★★new
Hotel du Nord Alster ★★★★new
IntercityHotel Hamburg Hauptbahnhof ★★★★new
Boutique 020 Hamburg Citynew
Hamburg Central Station
The central station of Hamburg (in German, Hamburg Hauptbahnhof, also known with the abbreviation Hamburg Hbf) is the main railway station of the German city of Hamburg and classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 1 train station. It was inaugurated in 1906 to replace four old terminals. Hamburg Hauptbahnhof is operated by DB Station & Service AG. With an average of 480,000 passengers a day, the train station is the busiest in Germany and the second busiest in Europe, second only to the Gare du Nord in Paris.
The station is an important transport hub that connects long-distance trains, like some Intercity-Express lines, to the Hamburg Metro and S-Bahn network. It is located in the city center, in the Hamburg-Mitte district. A part of the building is a shopping center.