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Speicherstadt Museum
This is a city that has flourished due to shipping and warehousing. Goods from all over the world are piled up in the port of the Elbe River. The warehouse is built along the river. Gradually, the dazzling red brick building is full of the west bank of Hamburg, and the straight cube is just like design. The figure came out in general, and behind the thick walls, there were countless teas from Asia, coffee in Africa, cocoa in the Americas, tobacco in the Caribbean, carpets in the Middle East... Warehouse City 100 years ago, It is still a low shantytown, intensively inhabited by craftsmen and seafarers in the city, humid air, ubiquitous mice, the sanitary condition of the trough has ushered in a cholera, and 17,000 people have been After taking life, the warehouse city is dead. In view of this situation, the government finally made up its mind to transform this place, demolished the shanty town, and intended to rebuild it into a dock warehouse. Many merchants smelled the real estate business opportunities and joined the planning of the warehouse city. High, the motherland is built on the road. Fun abstraction is beautiful, orderly and beautiful, warehouse city is a true portrayal of the history of Hamburg, recording the changes and development of this port city in the past 100 years. On the afternoon of July 5th, 2015, the 39th World Heritage Congress, Hamburg Warehouse City officially listed as a World Heritage Site. TIPS: Tickets: Free Recommended Tour Time: 2 hours Address: HafenCity
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Sankt Jacobi
The Holy Blood of Jesus is preserved here. In the Middle Ages, it was the sacred place of the pilgrims St. Jacobs Church. St. Jakobs Kirche is the most important church in Rothenburg, located in the northwest corner of the market square, with bronze statues standing in front of the church. Visiting the church is a fee-based project. The most famous feature of the St. Jacob's Church is that the wood carvings are exquisitely carved and superb; it is also a very characteristic riding street building in Europe. The whole church is built on both sides of a small road, and the path crosses the church itself. The Gothic architecture of the entire church, the four-walled woodcarvings, the huge organ and the holy blood altar are the focus of the visit. This church was built in 1311 and was not fully built until 1485. If you pay attention to the observation, you will find that the two towers are different in shape. It is said that the north is built by an architect, and the south is thin and tall by his apprentice. It is said that because the apprentice was more beautiful than the master, the architect built it from himself. The tower went down and fell to death. Quote a photo taken on the wall one day later, where you can clearly see the difference between the two towers of the church. On the left is the master built, and on the right is the apprentice. Is it especially easy for Europeans to treat art? Known for its unique holy blood altar, the church is one of the most magnificent altars in southern Germany and the biggest attraction of the entire church. In a small place like Rothenburg, the church should have nothing to watch, but history has given the church too many fantastic legends, so that when we know it, we immediately decide what to say. The altar of holy blood is on the second floor of the church, passing up a staircase on the northwest corner, with a German instruction on the stairway. In the center of the altar is Lehman Schneider's famous woodcarving work "The Last Supper". There is a crystal ball in the cross above the woodcarving. It is said that the holy blood of Jesus is placed in this crystal ball. This also made Rothenburg a sacred place for growing pilgrims in the Middle Ages. Specially equipped with telephoto as a telescope, but the holy blood altar is too tall, and it can only barely achieve this effect after pulling it to 200 and cutting it later. Do you see the holy blood in the crystal ball? Address: klingengasse 1 fare: 2 Euros per person for adults, 0.5 Euros per person for children, LP's evaluation here is that here is one of the few religious places in Bavaria that are very interesting to charge visitors for tickets. The official Tucao!
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