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Eppendorfer Moor

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A green refuge for different species - animals, plants and hikers alike - in the middle of the city.

A moor right in the middle of the city – Eppendorf Moor. This species-rich refuge is home to irises, kingfishers, frogs, dragon flies and bats and is truly a green oasis. It is certainly worthwhile wandering along the Alster from the city centre towards the airport until you reach the moor.

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