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Vier- und Marschlande

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The Vier- und Marschlande consist of the 12 districts of Bergedorfs. Together they make up one of Hamburg's most beautiful nature reserves.

Surrounded by reeds and riparian forests, green meadows, old half-timbered houses with thatched roofs, colourful flower beds on the banks of the Dove Elbe, centuries-old baroque style churches and enchanting swimming lakes, the south-eastern outskirts of Hamburg truly calm the senses. Directly adjacent to the north side are the Holzhafen Nature Reserve and the Boberg Lowlands, where, with a bit of luck, white-tailed eagles can be seen circling around.

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To the south of the Elbe, in the hinterland of the maritime metropolis, unique natural spaces await you in which there is much to discover for every generation - you can pursue sporting activities, enjoy culture in the open-air museum, marvel at animals in the wildlife park or simply enjoy the magnificent views of the Elbe valley.

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