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22. July 2015 by Patrik Sandberg
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St. Pauli

Hamburg

Hamburgs hamnar har med åren bara blomstrat mer och mer – här glider containerfartyg rakt in i hjärtat av staden. Ett bedagat St. Pauli har lyckats ha kvar sin charmiga, proletära lyster. Vid området kring St. Pauli, som sedan 1703 varit en central handelsplats i Hamburg, kan du varje söndag köpa färsk fisk redan vid gryningen på den berömda fiskmarknaden Fischmarkt. Numera säljs här även blommor, frukt och husgeråd. Här får du chansen att mingla med både turister och lokalbefolkning. Marknaden är populärare än någonsin – ett måste vid varje besök! Text/foto: Patrik Sandberg, Orkesterjournalen

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Kirchenallee

Hamburg

Restaurant Schifferbörse

The restaurant is decorated by traditional style, and offers traditional kitchen in maritime flair. Fish is the dish that you must experience. #joingermantradition#foodanddrink#hamburg

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Speicherstadt

Hamburg

Miniatur Wunderland

Miniatur Wunderland in the Speicherstadt is loved by both children and adults. There even is an airport landing system, and several trains transportation system. You will find something funny among 215000 figures. #joingermantradition#livingtraditions#hamburg

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Landunsgbrücken

Hamburg

Schlagermove

I am so lucky that I met Schlagermove which is only once every year! It is so amazing that people all wear old fashion of 1970's, and music, song, dancing, and beer is everywhere in Landunsgbrücken! #joingermantradition#livingtraditions#hamburg

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Speicherstadt

Hamburg

New World Heritage

Just a few days ago, the Speicherstadt and the Kontorhaus are included in the UNESCO's World Heritage list. From it, we can see how Hamburg protect and use the old buildings with harbor history. #joingermantradition#livingtraditions#hamburg

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Hamburg Fischmarkt

Hamburg

Early morning at the historic fish market

Hamburg’s historic Fischmarkt (fish market) is held at the crack of dawn at 5am every Sunday morning (6am during the winter) between March and November. Running since 1703 along the banks of the Elbe River and crowned at its end by the 100+ year old Altona auction hall, the fish market has morphed from a sweat-it-out haggling ground between fishermen, fishmongers, and customers to a place that draws thousands of tourists – roughly 70,000 every year – with business still being conducted amidst it all. There are even live bands playing jazz, country, and rock music as patrons dig into all manner

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