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Tania Tchorzewski
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On the go with Tania

This is Tania's Hamburg

Tania has a very active life. Her in Hamburg, not only is she the speaker and production head of the Millerntor Gallery, but is also dedicated to her work with Viva Con Agua, which carries out aid programmes throughout the world. As the right hand of founder Michael Fritz, she is constantly on the go, travels around the world but is always happy to get back to the Hanseatic City. When Tania is underway in Hamburg, she can be found in all corners of it. Every week, she goes to the Isemarkt in Eppendorf, in the centre of the city to the Millerntor Stadium or to the hidden area of Entenwerder, where she enjoys winding up her day. Accompany Tania on her tour and discover her favourite spots.

To the many-facetted Isemarkt in Eppendorf

Today, Tania has no trouble getting out of bed. Her alarm rings early, as her plan is to do her weekly shopping trip at the Isemarkt. Punctually at 8:30 a.m., she is walking up and down the Isestraße between Hoheluftbrücke and Eppendorfer Baum to buy more tea, herbs and flowers for herself and her flatmates.

But like so often, it's not easy to stick to her shopping list when seeing what the over 200 booths have to offer. In the end, she always buys more than she planned. In addition, there's always time for a chat with one or the other visitor or booth-owner!

Entenwerder 1
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To the Millerntor Stadium & Millerntor Gallery in creative St. Pauli

After completing her shopping tour, Tania crosses the Grindel and continues on to Millerntor Stadium in St. Pauli. Today, however, there's no home game of her favourite club, but she has exclusive entrance privileges. In only a few weeks, the Millerntor Gallery will take place, for whose organisation she is largely responsible.

Millerntor Stadion
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Millerntor Stadion
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Millerntor Gallery
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Millerntor Gallery
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Once a year, the stadium is transformed into Hamburg's largest temporary gallery, and artists from around the world are invited to beautify the walls of the catacombs with their illustrations and designs. There's not yet anything to see, but June is always the beginning of a very special time in which Tania uses every spare moment for getting things ready.

A glass of wine on the swimming pontoon Entenwerder 1

To gain the right balance again after her turbulent daily stress, Tania loves to ride somewhere without any particular destination in mind. Often, she lands in Hamburg East, where she likes to end her evenings with a glass of wine on the swimming pontoon "Entenwerder 1".

Especially when the last sunbeams kiss the Elbe, the café is a place where Tania gets a view of the metropolis that confirms her choice of Hamburg as her own city.

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