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St. Michaelis Kirche Hamburg auch bekannt als der "Michel"
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Churches in Hamburg

Main churches in Hamburg

The large churches in Hamburg defy almost every urban development. They are witnesses of the past, places of faith and landmarks of our city. The churches in Hamburg today are no longer just places of prayer or refuge. They exert a unique fascination that fascinates both Hamburgers and their guests. Standing in front of one of these churches, which are as majestic as they are ancient, one suddenly becomes aware of their true greatness. The real dizziness only becomes apparent when you climb up the towers, which are up to 147 metres high. But it's worth the effort: nowhere else in Hamburg does one have such a clear and wide view of the city.

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In touch with history Historic streets in Hamburg

Cremon, Deichstraße, Peterstraße, Bäckerbreitergang, Reimerstwiete: Stroll through Hamburg's historic alleys!

Historic streets in Hamburg
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Museum ships in the port of Hamburg Historic ships

Numerous museum ships scattered throughout the port of Hamburg embody the maritime heritage of the Hanseatic city on the Elbe. Discover the most beautiful historic ships in Hamburg.

Historic ships

Speicherstadt & Kontorhausviertel UNESCO World Heritage

In 2015, the "Speicherstadt and Kontorhausviertel with Chilehaus" ensemble was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. This makes it one of the world's 1200 "masterpieces of human creativity of universal value".

UNESCO World Heritage

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