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IBA Energiebunker

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© Bernadette Grimmenstein
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© 2013 Bente Stachowske

The Energiebunker is much more than a regenerative power station - it is a place to learn about the building's history and to enjoy a coffee with a view.

The building, constructed in 1943 as a flak bunker, was refurbished as part of the Hamburg International Building Exhibition and converted into a regenerative power station with a large heat storage facility. From the energy bunker, there is a café (open from Friday to Sunday) offering a fantastic view that extends far beyond the Elbe island of Wilhelmsburg. Through the exhibition cubes, which are distributed throughout the energy bunker, you can learn more about the history of the memorial. You can get to the Energiebunker on the IBA Bus or the HVV bus using route 13 - Veringstrasse Mitte stop.

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CITY AREA PORTRAIT Wilhelmsburg & Veddel

The Elbe Island of Wilhelmsburg is embedded between the southern and northern Elbe. It impresses visitors with a mixture of industrial charm and bustling life with multicultural flair. With its historic buildings, cafés and shops, the Wilhelmsburg Reiherstieg area is especially popular. It is even called "Little Berlin" due to its transformation in recent years. And then there is the neighbouring island of Veddel, which also has much to offer.

Wilhelmsburg & Veddel

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