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Zollkanal
Hamburg

Der Zollkanal wurde Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts als verbindender Schifffahrtskanal gebaut, um das 1888 geschaffene Freihafengebiet zu umfahren. Der Zollkanal verband somit das Zollinland, während das Freihafengebiet Zollausland war. Er verläuft am nördlichen Rand der Speicherstadt.

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Uploaded: 26/09/2012
Updated: 16/10/2012
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