Gezi-Park-Hamburg

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The artificial "Park Fiction" on the Elbe waterside serves as Hamburgs creative oasis, but the nearby sports ground invites you to a match of Basketball as well.

A neighbourhood initiative on St. Pauli made this possible at the end of the 90s. Instead of further concrete buildings, the residents demanded more space for cultural projects. Today you can enjoy the view of the Elbe and the large harbour of Hamburg, or play a round of basketball.

By the way, many people still know the Gezi-Park-Hamburg as Park Fiction. Out of solidarity it was renamed in 2013. Many musicians from Hamburg have already integrated the plastic palm trees into their lyrics. The Reeperbahn and Hans-Albers-Platz and the Landungsbrücken are also close by.

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