Cremon, in Hamburg’s old city, is part of the city’s history and the eponymous street of Cremon Island. There were once warehouses and residential dwellings on the canal and on a street front so that goods could be sent and received via water as well as land.
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".
The Grocers’ Institute houses are located beside St. Michaelis Church in Hamburg, and they are the last remaining example of a formerly typical Hamburg residential complex from the 17th century...