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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.

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. Hamburg Stock Exchange, built by Wimmel and Forsmann 1839-1841, survived the fire of 1842. It was extended around 1880 and after 1900. The central trading floor was totally burnt out during raids in May 1941. In July and August it suffered further heavy damage, which also destroyed the part by Alter Wall. Restoration work began in 1949 and extended essentially to the recreation of the centre part with the most beautiful of the three trading floors, the architecture of which harks back to Forsmann and Wimmel.

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Historical Hamburg

Hamburg is marked by its historical heritage: the most famous buildings are the Chilehaus and the Kontorhäuser on Burchardplatz, but the Sprinkenhof, Mohlenhof and Meßberghof are also popular tourist destinations. But the Old Elbe Tunnel remains undisputed. Discover historical Hamburg now!

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CITY AREA PORTRAIT Alt- & Neustadt

The historic core of the Altstadt (German for Old Town) district is shaped by traditional buildings such as the Hamburg city hall and the chamber of commerce, the alleyways and bridges which stretch out all the way to the HafenCity district. In the Neustadt district district between Laeiszhalle and Jungfernstieg with elegant promenades, fashion stores and gallery owners – overlooking the Alster.

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St. Jacobi

The main church of St. Jacobi was built during the 14th century and is filled with ancient treasures. One of the most prominent of these is undoubtedly the famous the Arp Schnitger organ dating from 1693 - the largest preserved baroque organ in the northern Europe.

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Impressive architecture. The pride of Hamburg. Hamburg Town Hall

Unusually ostentatious for Hanseatic taste: The imposing Hamburg Town Hall.

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Mönckebergstraße

The Mönckebergstraße is probably the most famous and most frequented shopping boulevard in Hamburg.

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