Its quite interesting to see what they have done to the old storage warehouses over the years, You can get guides to take you thought the history of the place explaining what it usd to be and its ama...
We spent an hour in this small museum and it was informative as far as it went. However, the significance of this warehouse area to Hamburg’s heritage deserves so much more in terms of scale and scope...
Serves a very interesting and useful introduction to the area and the history of Hamburg. It's compact and has lots of cool artefacts. English translation is available through an app on a provided ta...
the Speicherstadt museum is one of Hamburg's smallest. The objects and text relates to the development the trade of the harbour over the years, while there are multiple objects there is limited trans...
I’m glad it was only €4 per adult but a free coffee/tea should have been part of the price. It took about 10 mins to walk around. I expected to see a warehouse displaying items used during the days th...
Germany's largest port city: Hamburg, also known as "German gateway to the world"
stroll in the old town of Hamburg, surrounded by the perfect blend of vintage and modern architecture. The city hall, full of new literary style, looks very bright in the sun, and the crowd is always crowded, highlighting the vitality of the city. The historic warehouse district is now home to museums. Take a boat ride between the countless canals of the Old Town and be the best choice for a burger.
This is a city suitable for young people, but there is a full of vitality in the tranquility, and the increasingly commercial atmosphere also highlights the vitality of the city.
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The world's largest warehouse complex: Hamburg Warehouse City
is the best in Hamburg, the most worthwhile place, located in the warehouse city on the canal. It is the world of red brick buildings, looking at it, it is a uniform, square red brick building, and this building built at the end of the 19th century is the largest and oldest warehouse complex in the world.
Hamburg is also known as Venice on the water. Just like Venice, the warehouse city of Hamburg is divided by many canals. There are about 2,500 bridges in the city. So you come to Hamburg and travel on the bridges and enjoy the canal. The beauty and old buildings are the best gestures to unlock the beauty of Hamburg.
The red brick building in the warehouse city is beautiful from any angle. Originally a long-lost land, it became the largest urban development project in Europe. After decades of development and planning, it has become a gathering place for museums and restaurants. Figure 4 is a map of the attractions of various museums in the warehouse city. Friends who want to visit the museum can not spend a day here.
Walking in the warehouse city, you can often see the statues of these water-seekers. These statues are from the story of a water-seeker in Hamburg in the 19th century. They are also looking for these colorful diving statues on the streets. There is a lot of fun in the warehouse city.
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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.
Recommended Tour Time: 2 hours
JOJO’s wonderful trip
In Hamburg, Germany, there is a famous world heritage Warehouse City, which is called Warehouse City and Shipping Building Area including Intellectual House. Such a complicated name is really rare, and it is obvious that the Hamburgers have paid a lot of thoughts to keep their traditions.
Between the staggered rivers, it is found that this is really a "city" of warehouses. An old red brick building, inserted into the water like a pillar. In these buildings, tobacco, coffee, tea and other goods from all over the world have been stored. It is not difficult to imagine how this building with an area of more than 260,000 square meters would be a busy scene between 1885-1927. In the old warehouses, the rivers criss-cross and there is a bridge connection every few buildings. There are more than 2,000 bridges in Hamburg, more than the sum of London + Venice + Amsterdam!
Many of the current warehouse towns and surrounding areas have been developed as destinations for tourists.
Speicherstadt was once a very large comprehensive storage area in Europe in the 19th century. In 2005, it was elected into the "World Cultural Heritage" list. Its blocks are distributed with museums, design studios, dance schools, restaurants, etc., making it a new tourist attraction in Hamburg. Visitors who want to experience the bustling of the city, can take a romantic small motorboat on the Elbe River and have a look at the street or a building in the Speicherstadt building complex.