Zeisehallen Industrial charm

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Originally, they were a complex of buildings which were used for the production of marine propellers.

Today, the Zeisehallen is an event and culture centre in the middle of the Altona residential district of Ottensen. Among other things, the centre accommodates restaurants, the Zeise Kino (cinema), book publishing houses, galleries and the Hamburg University Institute for Theatre and Film. In short: more media culture is not possible. This makes the Zeisehallen a real cultural melting pot for art lovers and artists.

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