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The Brooks Bridge in Hamburg warehouse district displays on each side two sculptures by Jörg Plickart. On the shown side here are the sculptures of “St. Ansgar” and “Barbarossa”.
Hamburg has nearly 2500 bridges!

Die Brooksbrücke in der Hamburger Speicherstadt zeigt an jeder Seite je zwei Skulpturen des Bildhauers Jörg Plickart. Auf der hier abgebildeten Brückenseite sind es die Skulpturen von “St. Ansgar” und “Barbarossa”.
Hamburg hat fast 2500 Brücken!

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The Way by SaWagner1

Backside of a hotel with transition to Hamburg Warehouse district (conversion of a former office building and coffee stock market)
Rückseite eines Hotels mit Übergang in der Hamburger Speicherstadt (Umbau eines ehemaligen Kontorhauses und der Kaffeebörse)

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Speicherstadt by oliverknist

Hamburg, 5. July 2015 – The UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee has approved Hamburg’s application for the “Speicherstadt and Chilehaus with Kontorhaus District” to be included in the UNESCO’s World Heritage list.

The Speicherstadt is the world’s largest historic warehouse complex. It extends over 26 hectares in the heart of Hamburg’s port and comprises 17 building complexes in the style of Gothic red-brick, with more than 300,000 m2 of storage area. High-value goods such as coffee, tea, cocoa, spices, tobacco, and, in recent decades, oriental carpets, have been stored behind the thick walls of these warehouses. In addition to its architectural highlights, tourism venues such as the Hamburg Dungeon, the Speicherstadtmuseum and the Miniatur Wunderland – the world’s largest miniature railway – make the Speicherstadt one of Hamburg’s tourism hotspots.

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