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Visit the sites that pay tribute to a millennium of history. Spot pirates, composers and the world's biggest band!
The grounds of the former Neuengamme concentration camp now serve as a memorial and research centre in Bergedorf.
Five life-sized silhouettes pose proudly in front of the Große Freiheit street. The Beatles got their first taste of stardom here in the 1960s.
This widely visible bronze monument at the fish market in St. Pauli honours men and women of all nations lost at sea.
In Otto von Bismarck, one of the most decisive figures in German history overlooks St. Pauli district.
The ruins of this church, bombed by Allied forces during Operation Gomorrah in 1943, now house a WWII memorial and museum.
The Europe-wide art project Stolpersteine honours the lives of victims of the Nazi regime. These stones can be found all over the city.
If you hear ‘Hummel, Hummel!’ be sure to respond with ‘Mors, Mors!’ Learn all about Hamburg’s mysterious greeting.