Only in Hamburg

A heady mix of the workaday and the cosmopolitan in Germanys second city. Published by The Urban Explorer these city tales from new and unusual perspectives provide independent travelers with unforgettable memories.

Only in Hamburg

Author: Duncan J. D. Smith

Publisher: Urban Explorer

ISBN: 9783950366211

Page: 232

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A comprehensive illustrated guide to more than 80 fascinating and unusual historical sites in Germany's second-largest city - prehistoric stones, wartime air raid shelters, hidden cellars, unexpected sanctuaries, and eccentric museums.

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