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View the Port of Hamburg

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Bick auf den Hamburger Hafen von Dock 11

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Further information about Sankt Pauli

St. Pauli (full name: "Sankt Pauli") is a district of the German city of Hamburg and a district of the State of Hamburg. The district has about 27.000 inhabitants (2002) on 2.6 km². It is situated directly at the Elbe river close to the Hamburg port. At the beginning of the 17th century it developed as a suburb called 'Hamburger Berg' (Hamburg mountain) outside the gates of the nearby city of Hamburg and close to the city of Altona. The name comes from a hill in that area that was planed by Hamburg in 1620 for defence reasons (free field of fire for the artillery). Therefore, settlement was initially allowed there, but soon businesses, which were not desired inside Hamburg, e.g. for their smell or noise, were relegated to 'Hamburger Berg'. Also the rope makers (or 'Reeper' in Low German) went here because in the city it was hard to find enough space for their work. The name of St. Pauli's most famous street Reeperbahn, or "Rope Walk," harkens back to its rope making past. When people ... Read more about Sankt Pauli on Wikipedia

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