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Lübeck - Strandcafé (Cafe on the Beach)
Germany

There is, of course, no strand here. This is the old harbour area of Lübeck on the Wallhalbinsel peninsula. Only the port sheds and cranes remind you that was the site of the harbour workers here not so many years ago. Today the docks are used as places of cultural events and commercial sites. The „Strandcafé“ is open every Summer. Part of the peninsula is filled up with seasand, building up a maritime flair. A nice place to chill out, close to the city and yet so distant.

Copyright: Alexander jensko
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Uploaded: 10/09/2011
Updated: 06/08/2014
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Tags: luebeck; lubeck; untertrave; trave; cafe; harbour; port; hafen; germany; culture; architecture
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