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Lämmertwiete Historic Hamburg

Lämmertwiete
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Lämmertwiete
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Lämmertwiete
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The small rustic lane "Lämmertwiete" with its cobblestone pavement was built in 1650 and has witnessed a lot of history. The last, almost completely preserved half-timbered houses of Harburg, which attract numerous visitors, extend along this road. It is particularly cosy to sit in one of the numerous restaurants and let the charm work its magic on you. On just 50 meters there are numerous restaurants, bars and bistros. This is where Harburg meets for a cosy meal or to celebrate the night with a beer and cocktails. In summer the Lämmertwiete is filled with numerous guests and night owls. Here you can drink, laugh and chat - sometimes until the early hours of the morning.

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