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Hamburg Landungsbrücken (255°)

Hamburg Landungsbrücken (255°)

Heidiho, Realbeck, Bernhard Sonderhuesken, Maria Mickle and 4 other people have particularly liked this photo


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 Erhard Bernstein
Erhard Bernstein club
Sehr schöner Blick von der Jugendherberge über den Weinberg.

LG, Erhard
6 years ago.
LutzP club has replied to Erhard Bernstein club
Hallo Erhard, long time no hear or see :-)

Ja, das ist ja einer der Klassiker in HH. Freu mich schon auf meinen nächsten Besuch im April. Da treff ich dann auch wieder unsere Freunde.

VG, Lutz
6 years ago. Edited 6 years ago.
 Meadowmom
Meadowmom club
A very interesting view, with lots of things to see. Not just rows of giant box-buildings, all looking the same.
6 years ago.
LutzP club has replied to Meadowmom club
Sounds like:

Little boxes on the hillside,
Little boxes made of ticky-tacky,
Little boxes, little boxes,
Little boxes, all the same.
There's a green one and a pink one
And a blue one and a yellow one
And they're all made out of ticky-tacky
And they all look just the same.

by Malvina Reynolds

Actually the building with the clocktower and the cupolas is basically the equivalent to San Francisco's Ferry Terminal. It has been completed 1906 and survived the bombing raids of WW2. The stand alone building with the dark cupola is the entrance to the old tunnel under the river Elbe completed in 1911. You will find a photo of the tunnel as well as a Panorama of the area from 1950 in my album "Hamburg ...".

Regards Lutz
6 years ago.
 RHH
RHH club
Beautiful view and that old building in the foreground is wonderful.
6 years ago.
LutzP club has replied to RHH club
Thanks Ron, Actually the building with the clocktower and the cupolas is basically the equivalent to San Francisco's Ferry Terminal. It has been completed 1906 and survived the bombing raids of WW2. The stand alone building with the dark cupola is the entrance to the old tunnel under the river Elbe completed in 1911. You will find a photo of the tunnel as well as a Panorama of the area from 1950 in my album "Hamburg ..."
Cheers, Lutz
6 years ago.
 Maria Mickle
Maria Mickle
oh, ik war da vor 'ne jahren
6 years ago.
 Bernhard Sonderhuesken
Bernhard Sonderhuesk… club
Sehr schöner Klassiker, die Sonnenstrahlen sind toll.
6 years ago.
LutzP club has replied to Bernhard Sonderhuesk… club
Vielen DAnk, Bernhard, das Gewitter folgte eine Stunde später.
6 years ago.

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