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Sandtorhafen 2

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Im Sandtorhafen befindet sich auch der Traditionsschiffhafen. Er lässt in der HafenCity Tradition und Moderne aufeinandertreffen. Das künstlich geschaffene Hafenbecken bietet mit seiner 380 Meter langen Pontonanlage Liegeplätze für rund 25 historische Fahrzeuge.

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A: Sandtorkai - Steamer Schaarhoern

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On May 25, 1995, the SCHAARHÖRN was officially turned over to her new owners, the „Dampfer SCHAARHÖRN...

Sandtorkai - Steamer Schaarhoern

B: Hamburg - Harbourcity - Traditional Harbour

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Traditional Harbour with old ships in the middle of the very modern district called Hafencity

Hamburg - Harbourcity - Traditional Harbour

C: Hamburg Hafen City

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Hamburg Hafen City

D: Hamburg Warehouse District

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Hamburg Warehouse District

E: Hamburg Harbour city

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Magellan Terrassen in der Hamburger Hafencity

Hamburg Harbour city

F: Sailing ship

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Sailing ship

G: Hamburg warehouse district

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Photos taken at night in the warehouse district in Hamburg, northern Germany.

Hamburg warehouse district

H: Hamburg Hafencity

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Hamburg Hafencity

I: HafenCity - Magellan Terrace

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Wikipedia:HafenCity is a quarter in the borough Hamburg-Mitte of Hamburg, Germany.HafenCity Hamburg i...

HafenCity - Magellan Terrace

J: Hamburg Harbour city

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Hamburg  Harbour city



Hamburg: Second largest city of Germany, situated in the north at the river Elbe, because of the seaport well known as a city of merchants. Because of the nearby sea, you will always have some fresh breeze while you are walking through the streets with nice private town-houses or while you are floating along aboard an “Alsterdampfer” on the river Alster.