The still unfinished Hamburg concert hall (Elbphilharmonie), St. Michaelis Church (Hamburg landmark, the “Michel”) and a part of Hamburg’s HafenCity during a blue-light illumination in September 2015
Die noch unvollendete Hamburger Elbphilharmonie, die St. Michaeliskirche (Hamburger Wahrzeichen, der „Michel“) und ein Teil der Hamburger Hafencity während einer blauen Hafen-Licht-Illumination im September 2015
View on the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, Germany. A re-edit of an old image.
Hamburg, Elbphilharmonie Construction Site.
The harbour of Hamburg at any time a beauty…
This week they finally remove the last crane from the Elbphilharmonie. After eight years of construction work. Unfortunately that doesn’t mean, the philharmonic hall will open soon. Not until January 2017 there will be the first concert. To celebrate the detachment of the last crane, I present this photo, which was already made in 2012 during the „Blue Port“, where parts of the harbor are illuminated with blue lights. The next shot of this beautiful building I will present you in January 2017. Then to celebrate hopefully the first concert there :-). Have a great weekend!
Hamburg is called “Pearl of the North”…
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You see the “Elbphilharmonie”, a concert hall which is under construction. It was scheduled to be finished in 2010 with an estimated cost of €77 million. Today the earliest opening day was scheduled for spring 2017 with costs about €789 million.
I removed most of the cranes and some other construction works to give a view on the final outlook.
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