Besan-Ewer Johanna

The Johanna, built in Elmshorn in 1903, with its shallow draught and folding masts, could and can be used far into the tributaries.

For centuries, the Ewers were the predominant type of ship on the Elbe. It was the motor ships that displaced these flat-bottomed freighters. Due to their shallow draught, the Elwern were able to transport goods back and forth between Hamburg and the Lower Elbe marshes. The Johanna still offers insights into the hustle and bustle on the Elbe about 100 years ago, which you can experience very closely during a trip or visit on board.

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Hamburg Stock Exchange

The Hamburg Stock Exchange building, which by the way is the oldest of its type in Germany, is situated back to back with the Town Hall.

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Hamburgs "Tele-Michel" Television Tower

Outstanding! You can see him from every corner of the city: Hamburg's television tower, or as the inhabitants affectionately call it, the "Tele-Michel". The television tower is one of Hamburg's landmarks and today only serves as a radio tower.

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St. Petri

Hamburg's oldest existing church is located directly in the current shopping district on Mönckebergstrasse, and it is named after the apostle and martyr Peter, who is depicted with a key as the "gatekeeper of heaven".

St. Petri

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