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Harry’s Hamburger Hafenbasar

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The selection at Harry's Hamburger Hafenbasar has been brought together from all countries of the world; but mainly from Africa, America, Asia, Australia and Oceania.

The selection at Harry's Hamburger Hafenbasar has been brought together from all countries of the world; but mainly from Africa, America, Asia, Australia and Oceania. The whole basis for the Hafenbasar (established in 1954) which also had always been a museum were objects which Harry Rosenberg brought back from his own travels, along with the items inherited from the museum bar Käpt'n Haase in Erichstrasse. The collection of items never ceased to grow because he would purchase souvenirs from seamen from all over the world which are now available here.

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