Bismarck Denkmal
Bismarck Denkmal
Millerntorplatz

The Millerntor used to be the western of the Hamburg city gates. There is the last remaining northern guardhouse, which was built by Carl Ludwig Wimmel.

Guardhouse at Millerntorplatz
Guardhouse at Millerntorplatz
Museum for Hamburg History
Museum for Hamburg History
Planten un Bloomen
EisArena
EisArena
Statues at Sievekingplatz
Planten un Bloomen
Planten un Bloomen
Planten un Bloomen
Wallgraben
Wallgraben
Tropical greenhouses of the Botanical Garden
Tropical greenhouses of the Botanical Garden

The park Planten un Bloomen has a lot of very nice parks and gardens: Rosengarten, Apothekergarten, Japanese garden with a Tea house.

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CCH – Congress Center Hamburg
CCH – Congress Center Hamburg
Planten un Bloomen
Heinrich-Hertz-Turm
Heinrich-Hertz-Turm
Planten un Bloomen
Planten un Bloomen
Planten un Bloomen
Japanisches Teehaus
Japanischer Garten
Japanischer Garten
Messe
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Russian Orthodox Church of St. John of Kronstadt
Russian Orthodox Church of St. John of Kronstadt
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St. Pauli
Marktstraße
Marktstraße
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Feldstrasse Bunker (Flackturm IV)
Feldstrasse Bunker (Flackturm IV)

St. Pauli is a progressive-left district full of graffiti. Not a single surface seems to be spared and unfortunately, only a few have artistic quality. In addition, anti-capitalist posters, sticky notes, and messages are pinned everywhere, and one always encounters maliciously destroyed things. Bicycles are the most common victim here.

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Markt
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St. Pauli

In the middle of St. Pauli are the Hamburger Dom and the Millerntorstadium. Hamburger Dom takes place three times a year and lasts about a month each. During this time the Heiligengeistfeld is built up with all kinds of stalls and rides. The Millerntorstadium is the home of the FC St. Pauli, a soccer club with probably the most loyal fans nationwide.

Rindermarkthalle St. Pauli
Rindermarkthalle St. Pauli
Hamburger Dom
Hamburger Dom
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St. Pauli
St. Pauli
St. Pauli

The closer one comes to the red light district of St. Pauli, the more degenerate are the streets. And especially a constant smell of urine in the corners is quite annoying. St. Pauli has had a problem with Wildpinklers for years, no wonder, as more than 20 million guests come to St. Pauli every year. In 2015, the project St. Pauli pisst zurück (St. Pauli pisses back) was founded and painted an unknown number of walls with special paint.

This paint ensures that the urine just pours off and injects the Pinkler directly onto his own shoes and pants. In addition, even three years later you can still see warning signs and advertising posters everywhere, which suggests that the project did not really solve the problem.

Indra Club 64
Indra Club 64
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St. Pauli
Restaurant Freudenhaus
Restaurant Freudenhaus
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St. Pauli
St. Pauli
St. Pauli

Even in the afternoon the Reeperbahn and the adjacent streets are already well visited. Even at this time, heavily intoxicated people are pouring into pubs, clubs, gambling halls or brothels.

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St. Pauli
Tanzende Türme/Tango Türme
Tanzende Türme/Tango Türme
Spielbudenplatz
Spielbudenplatz
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St. Pauli
St. Pauli
Mojo-Club
Mojo-Club
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DWD – Deutscher Wetterdienst
DWD – Deutscher Wetterdienst
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Do not piss here! We piss back.

St. Pauli Elbtunnel connects Steinwerder through a tunnel below the Elbe river which one can go on foot, by bicycle and during the week by car on a one-way street.

Alter Elbtunnel
Alter Elbtunnel
Alter Elbtunnel
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Locks at brigde to station Landungsbrücken
Locks at brigde to station Landungsbrücken
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