Landhaus Walter

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The Landhaus Walter in Hamburg's Stadtparkt has an eventful history. Today the historic building houses a restaurant with an event area, terrace and beer garden, serving German-European dishes.

The Landhaus Walter building complex is the only one of the four original restaurant businesses to have survived the Second World War; it was built in 1915 in the style of a Low German farm house. The former market garden now upholds the tradition of the beer garden and garden café. Standing in the fountain close by is the marble figure "Weiblicher Akt" (Albert Woebcke, 1930).

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