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The Hanseatic City of Lübeck or Lübeck (in German: Hansestadt Lübeck [ˈlyːbɛk]), which has 216,253 inhabitants is the second largest city in the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein, in northern Germany, after Kiel. The medieval helmet of the city was named Patrimony of the Humanity by UNESCO in the year 1987, emphasizing the constructions of brick in Baltic Gothic style like the Door of Holsten.
The city is divided into ten municipalities and 35 districts. The municipality of the Center (Innenstadt) is located on a river island surrounded by the Trave and Wakenitz rivers. The municipality of Travemünde, seventeen kilometers from the center, is on the banks of the Baltic Sea and is a popular seaside resort and port at the mouth of the Trave River.
Hamburg is about 58 km southwest and Kiel, the capital of Schleswig-Holstein, 62 km northwest. The Autobahn 1 motorway connects Lübeck with Hamburg and Denmark.
Lübeck was several centuries the "capital" of the Hanseatic League and known as the "Queen of Hansa". Currently it is also known as "The city of the seven towers" (Stadt der Sieben Türme) and as the "Gate to the north" (Tor zum Norden).
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Lübeck Puppet Museum
The Lübeck Puppet Museum (in German, Theater Figuren Museum Lübeck) is a private museum in Germany, hidden in the old town of Lübeck (Schleswig-Holstein) in the Kolk alley, near the Holstentor (Holsten Gate) and below the Petrikirche (church of San Pedro).
Its owner, Fritz Fey Junior, has gathered in it a collection around the puppet theater, not only German, exhibited in a complex of five medieval houses of the traditional brick Gothic architecture of this villa. It has been compared with other internationally famous collections such as those of the Münchner Stadtmuseum or Dresdner Puppenmuseum.
The museum, which has the support of the municipal council and the Possehl Foundation, exhibits about a thousand objects from three centuries and three continents (Europe, Africa, Asia); among them: hand or glove puppets, finger puppets, rods or canes, thread puppets, ventriloquist dolls, Chinese shadow shawls, varied mechanical puppets and transformable puppets.
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The Holsten or Holstentor gate is one of the old gates of the city of Lübeck, which marks the western limit of the medieval part of the city. It is built of brick in Baltic Gothic style.
Its characteristic form has become the symbol of the city. Together with the historic center of Lübeck they are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987.
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Salzspeicher (in German means: salt warehouse) is each of the six brick buildings built in Baltic Gothic style (in German Backsteinrenaissance) that are located in the city of Lübeck. The six buildings are distributed along the left bank of the Trave River, very close to the Holstentor. Its function was to store the salt brought by the route of the Alte Salzstrasse as well as by the Stecknitzkanal (one of the oldest canals in Europe). Salt was used throughout the Baltic Sea Hanseatic League fishing industry in salted fish: mainly herring (variety: Clupea harengus).
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Historical Old Town Residence
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Church of Santa María (Lübeck)
The church of Santa Maria (in German, Marienkirche) of Lübeck, is a temple of the Lutheran church, of Gothic style, located in the city of Lübeck, in the north of Germany, next to the Baltic Sea and that played a fundamental role in the formation and expansion of the Hanseatic League, during the Middle Ages.
The church of Santa Maria is the tallest building in the old town of Lübeck (taller than the Lübeck Cathedral itself) as well as the third largest church in Germany.
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Lübeck Cathedral (in German, Dom zu Lübeck or colloquially the Lübecker Dom) is a large Lutheran brick cathedral, located in Lübeck, Germany, and since 1987 it is a World Heritage Site along with the entire old town of Lübeck. [1 ]
Its construction began in 1173 by Henry the Lion as a cathedral for the bishopric of Lübeck. It was partially destroyed in an air raid in 1942 during World War II. The organ by Arp Schnitger was lost in the fire. It is also famous for the works of Bernt Notke and Thomas Quellinus who survived the 1942 attack.
Later, it was rebuilt and the current building was completed in 1982. The famous altar made by Hans Memling is currently in the St. Annen Museum in Lübeck.
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Bucu is an elevated island surrounded by the Trave and Wakenitz rivers in Lübeck, Germany. It is also the name of a medieval Slavic castle, today in ruins, on the island. Count Adolph II of Holstein founded Lübeck on the island in 1143. The Burgkloster or fortified monastery of Lübeck is located above the ruins of Bucu. "Bucu" is also the name of a hill.