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St. Nikolai Memorial is Hamburg’s most important memorial dealing with the war and its dictatorship during 1933-1945. The original main church was destroyed in the air raids on Hamburg in 1943. In the church ruins a museum reminds us of the...more
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We arrive with 45 minutes to closing time. Too late to go up in the tower, but we went down in the museum, which was closed last time we visited Germany. The film is so, so, moving. Hard to believe that firestorm happened and killed...More
Surrounded with ruins of an old church this immensely tall spier standing like a an undefeated giant. A masterpiece created by skilled, architecturally proficient brick workers standing along the busy Willy- Brandt street also gives an insight of The Chancellor Willy Brandt him self. Even...More
This is the place where I would start exploring Hamburg, if I was informed about it in advance! The place is exceptional. This is what had left of a huge cathedral, probably the largest one in town.. Today a visitor might see only the survived...More
A huge memorial to World War 2 with a museum under it. The museum costs to enter, as does the lift up the tower. A combined ticket is inexpensive, though.
There are many things to see within the church with plenty of information to read...More
This church got bombed at WWII and is not restored as a memory to WWII. Only the church tower survived in which now an elevator is constructed taking you to a viewing point on about 80 meter height, It only costs a few Euro and...More
This mostly destroyed church is a forceful reminder of the consequences of war. It is beautiful even in its current state and the view from the top is spectacular. There is an elevator, so it is accessible even to those who are not physically in...More
The ruins of a former church, destroyed by bombings in WW II. Only the slender spire remained almost untouched. After the war, the ruins was transformed in a memorial dedicated to the war's victims. Underground is a museum. You can take an elevator to the...More
The lookout tower has some very nice views although somewhat obstructed by bars and space on the viewing platform at the top is limited but we were lucky it was not busy. The views are still very good. The museum however is very interesting and...More
I'm sure your son will enjoy the trip to the top and spectacular views over the city. The museum highlights the war years and the terrible bombing the city endured. I found it interesting if only to highlight the futility of... More
I'm sure your son will enjoy the trip to the top and spectacular views over the city. The museum highlights the war years and the terrible bombing the city endured. I found it interesting if only to highlight the futility of war and it's effects on the innocent.