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Halls of the fishmarket
Hamburg

Trading-Halls of the fishmarket in Hamburg. At five o'clock in the morning fresh redfish are filleted in the fishmarket halls in Hamburg-Altona. Here 36.000 tons of fresh fish and seafood are sold annually, that's why the fishmarket Hamburg-Altona is one of the most important fish trading centers in Germany.

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Uploaded: 02/03/2011
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