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St. Michael's Church, Hamburg

St. Michael's Church, Hamburg – the church with the copper roof

Its tower is the emblem of the city, commonly referred to as "the Michel": St. Michael's Church and its unmistakable copper roof is one of the most beautiful Baroque churches in northern Germany. Night tours of the tower also afford visitors glorious views of the Hanseatic city beneath the starry sky.

Majestically tall at 132 metres, it is certainly not the biggest tower in Germany, yet it boasts the largest church clock in the country. At eight metres in diameter, it really is an astonishing sight to behold. As visitors can still see today, no corners were cut in St. Michael's interior, either, even though the church has burned down three times since it was founded in around 1600 and was bombed in World War II.

Precious marble sets a worthy stage for the 20 metre high altar. The pulpit with its glorious staircase and the baptismal font are also made of the heavy stone material. The central console of the church's five truly unrivalled organs created by master craftsmen is installed in the concert gallery. The senate pew shows just how important St. Michael's Church is to the people of Hamburg. It is adorned with special decorations and the coat of arms of Hamburg on the side of the pew to highlight the church's special seating arrangement. Wealthy residents of Hamburg, including big names such as the composer Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, have been laid to rest in the crypt. From the narrow crypt, visitors can take on an athletic challenge and climb the 452 steps up the tower for sprawling views of the city. Or if they can only make it up 52 steps, there is a lift to help them the rest of the way.

St. Michael's Church, Hamburg

Opening hours: November to April: every day from 9am to 6pm; May to October: every day from 9am to 8pm

Entry and short tours: free

Nearest train station: Hamburg

Tours available for the blind and visually impaired; hearing loops available for the hard of hearing; accessible site; visitors must pay to enter the tower and crypt

Događaji

There is no doubt that the three buildings belonging to the Hamburg Kunsthalle house one of the most important public art collections in Germany: perhaps the best place to discover connections, developments and trends in seven centuries of art history. The permanent exhibition of more than 700 works and alternating displays from the museum's holdings offer a unique insight into art from the Middle Ages to the present day.

Every one of the museum's collections is important in its own right but in combination they have an immense impact. The museum presents the medieval altars of Master Bertram and Master Francke, 17th century Dutch paintings and 19th century German paintings with extensive groups of works by Caspar David Friedrich, Philipp Otto Runge, Adolph Menzel and Max Liebermann. Works of the Classical Modernist period include paintings and sculptures by Wilhelm Lehmbruck, Edvard Munch, Emil Nolde, Paul Klee, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Max Beckmann, Lyonel Feininger, George Grosz and Max Ernst. The contemporary art section features alternating exhibitions, which have included Georg Baselitz, Sigmar Polke, Gerhard Richter, Mona Hatoum and Jenny Holzer. The Department of Prints and Drawings comprises more than 120,000 works and is a museum in its own right. The Kunsthalle also runs the 'Museum At Home' initiative where art historians give their expert opinion on paintings (on canvas and wood), drawings and prints for a small fee.

Sledeći termni:

10.05.2019 - 22.09.2019

13.08.2019 - 05.01.2020

23.08.2019 - 10.11.2019

Mesto manifestacije

Hamburger Kunsthalle
Glockengießerwall 1
20095 Hamburg

Ne garantujemo za podatke o cenama, terminima i radnim vremenima.

The location of Schmidt's Tivoli (and its nearby sister theatre the Schmidt Theatre) in the St. Pauli district of Hamburg, and specifically on the Reeperbahn, says quite a lot about the theatre itself. Shows at the Tivoli are all about light-hearted entertainment, with a generous helping of offbeat humour. But this is exactly what audiences are after and why they have been flocking to both theatres for more than 30 years now.

The Schmidts Tivoli building's octagonal auditorium is reminiscent of a circus arena and it has a plush, intimate atmosphere – perfect for musicals, comedy and variety. Schmidts Tivoli specialises in German-language musical revues, which are produced entirely inhouse: from the first to the last note, from the initial idea to the final performance.

Sledeći termni:

20.06.2019 - 18.08.2019

Mesto manifestacije

Schmidts TIVOLI
Spielbudenplatz 27
20359 Hamburg
Fon: +49 (0)40 31 77 88 99
info@tivoli.de

Ne garantujemo za podatke o cenama, terminima i radnim vremenima.

The International German Open has been held at the Rothenbaum club in Hamburg since 1892, making it Germany's longest-running tennis tournament.

Today, it is the only tournament in Germany to be part of the ATP World Tour 500 and is also one of the 20 largest tennis tournaments in the world. Its illustrious list of former champions includes tennis greats such as Rod Laver, Gottfried von Cramm, Budge Patty, Fred Stolle, Tony Roche, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

Sledeći termni:

21.07.2019 - 29.07.2019

Mesto manifestacije

Rothenbaum-Stadion
Hallerstraße 89
20149 Hamburg

Ne garantujemo za podatke o cenama, terminima i radnim vremenima.

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