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Lübeck - Koberg
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Koberg in the Quartier St. Jakobi is a prominent place in the north of the island of Lübeck and (after the Markt) the second major place of the Old Town. While the Markt was a market for perishable products, brewery products were sold here. In the winter time, Koberg is the place where the Riesenrad (big wheel) of the Christmas Marked is traditionally standing. The main tourist feature is the building of the historical Heilig-Geist-Hospital, which used to be (and still is) a charitable foundation with very interesting interior architecture, parts of which are open for bublic. The book store seen in the picture which was residing in the parsonage went out of business several years ago.

Copyright: Alexander jensko
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Uploaded: 10/09/2011
Updated: 06/08/2014
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Tags: luebeck; lubeck; koberg; old town; altstast; insel; altstadtinsel; trave; germany; historical; arcadian; idyllic; architecture; culture; green; big wheel; riesenrad; buchhandlung; book store; out of business; heilig; geist; hospital; holy spirit
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