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The Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg is Germany's second-largest city and, at the same time, one of Germany's 16 federal states or Bundesländer. Prior to the formation of the modern German state, Hamburg for centuries enjoyed a status as de facto independent city state and regional power and trade hub in the North Sea.

Altona and St. Pauli are located west of central Hamburg. Altona is a formerly independent city, which existed under the Danish rule east of Hamburg, competing with it both trade-wise and militarily.

The southern bank of the river Elbe in Hamburg is dominated by the city's massive port.

The city centre of Hamburg is formed by the districts of Altstadt and Neustadt, as well as the new district of Hafencity immediately south of Altstadt.

Northern Hamburg includes the lake of Aussenalster, the city's airport and a lot of greenery in-between.

Eastern Hamburg includes the dense, gay-friendly district St.

Concert hall, rated 4.7 of 5

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An der Alster 72-79, Hamburg
+49 40 28880

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Sternschanze 6, Hamburg
+49 40 3344110

Rated 4.4 of 5
Bernhard-Nocht-Straße 97, Hamburg
+49 40 311190

Rated 3.6 of 5
Billwerder Neuer Deich 14, Hamburg
+49 40 78840

Holstenstraße 118, Hamburg
+49 40 3899200

Rated 4.4 of 5
Neuer Jungfernstieg 9, Hamburg
+49 40 34940

Rated 3.9 of 5
Rothenbaumchaussee 107, Hamburg
+49 40 4153780

Rated 3.9 of 5
Billhorner Mühlenweg 28, Hamburg
+49 40 7809070

Rated 3.9 of 5
Große Freiheit 22, Hamburg
+49 40 42103377

Rated 4.1 of 5
Drehbahn 49, Hamburg
+49 40 309990

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