From the Baumwall to the Landungsbrücken the Hafenmeile runs. Always a magnet for those who want to get a taste of the harbor atmosphere and overseas. In addition to the views, the gastronomic possibilities, the ferry boats offer a trip to the other shore at the jetties. This allows for other new perspectives.
July 20, 2017
Anyone who thinks of ports sometimes has yards, industry and noise in mind. But in Hamburg, the harbor with many attractions waiting.
The Elbe and shipping are of great importance to the Hanseatic city and the container port is an important transhipment point in international comparison. But the harbor is also an important mile on the water basin with many attractions. First of all, there would be HafenCity: Europe's largest inner-city development project has been in existence for many years. Only the Emperor's memory A, pedestal of the Elbphilharmonie, and a few symbolically left port cranes reminiscent of the previous use of the area. Many buildings in the HafenCity, above all the Unilever house or the Marco Polo Tower, already show the new face of the quarter. The traditional ship port also invites you to stroll.
March 7, 2019
He is an open Tidehafen on the lower Elbe in the open air. Hanseatic City of Hamburg, the largest seaport in Germany u. after Rotterdam and Antwerp, the third largest in Europe (as of 2016). Based on standard container turnover figures from 2012, it was the second largest in Europe and the second only to Rotterdam with 4 container terminals. the fourteenth largest of the earth. In 2015 he was the third largest in Europe after Rotterdam u. Antwerp.
Shipping routes link it to more than 900 ports in over 170 countries. 2008 was the year with the largest ever goods handling volume: 140.4 million tons of goods, thereof 95.1 million tons in containers, which corresponded to 9.73 million standard containers. The rest accounted for piece u. Bulk. In the crisis year of 2009, the total turnover fell by 21% u. container handling by 28%. Turnover in 2014 again exceeded that of 2008 in 2014. In 2015, bulk cargo turnover increased by 5.8% to 45.5 million tonnes, while container throughput fell by 9.3% to 8.82 million TEU, the total Shipment of seaborne goods dropped by 5.4% to 137.8 million tonnes. As a result of the 13.8% increase in hinterland traffic for inland waterway vessels to 12.4 million tonnes, Hamburg's seaport became the second largest inland shipping port in Germany in 2015. Around 130,000 TEU were handled in this segment (+ 27.5% compared to the previous year).
In addition to the goods handling goods are stored in the Port of Hamburg u. commercially processed. He is a location of the mineral oil industry. Of the approximately 1.2 million t of imported green coffee per year, the largest part is stored here and there. refined. Shipbuilding at the Hamburg shipyards has fallen sharply since the 1960s. The harbor is a tourist attraction; from the north bank of the Elbe you have in many places a good view of him. Since about 2006, more and more cruise ships are docking at the port.
The origins of the port are in the 9th century. However, the foundation date is due to an imperial charter on May 7, 1189, which is celebrated every year with a multi-day port birthday. From the middle of the 19th century he was with numerous docks u. Quays extended to its present size. Since the 1970s, he experiences a massive restructuring in the land use u. Due to the increasing use of containers in commercial shipping u. in the working world. The Hamburg Port Authority (HPA) manages the port. It is a public institution (AöR) u. Owner of most of the harbor properties.
May 14, 2018
The Port of Hamburg is an open tidal port on the Lower Elbe in the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. It is the largest seaport in Germany and the third largest in Europe after the port of Rotterdam and Antwerp (as of 2017). In terms of standard container handling figures from 2012, it was the second largest container port in Europe and the seventeenth largest in the world after Rotterdam with its four container terminals. In 2015 it was the third largest container port in Europe after Rotterdam and Antwerp.
January 19, 2020
The Niederhafen is a part of the Port of Hamburg on the northern bank of the Elbe, which has grown from the beginning of the 18th century as a harbor extension in front of the inner wall protecting Baumwall into the Norderelbe. He was Hamburg's first Elbe port and is now used as a marina and investor for harbor cruise ships. It lies between the quay walls of the Vorsetzen and the Sandtorhöft of the large Grasbrooks, today's HafenCity and extends in the west over the Überseebrücke up to the St. Pauli Landungsbrücken. Together with the inland port, he was until the construction of Sandtorhafen 1861 the most important cargo handling center.
The first facilities were the wharves on the Vorsetzen, as these were no longer sufficient after a few years, 1767 a row of Duckdalben was rammed into the Elbe as anchorage in the stream, where the large sailors could set. The transhipment took place by water, the goods were transhipped to smaller ships, Ewer and Schuten and transported over the numerous fleets and waterways to the stores and markets of the city. Due to the confusing shipping traffic in this part of the port, the low port also got the name Rummelhafen. 1795 was followed by a second row of dolphins, which reached to Jonas, the bastion John of the former city wall.
In its heyday the Niederhafen was subdivided into several parts of the harbor: the log cabin harbor, directly on the Vorsetzen before the Baumwall, named after a building at the harbor entrance, the Georgiushafen on the Kehrwieder, named after the bastion Georgius of the Hamburger Wallanlagen, which was set before the Kehrwieder, the Interior and the outer Brandenburg Harbor and the Inner and Outer Hullhafen. In the west, the interior and the exterior joined Jonashafen.
On the site of the former log cabin harbor is today the City-Sportboothafen. The investors in the eastern part of the Überseebrücke are still called Brandenburger Hafen.
May 14, 2018
The Niederhafen is part of the Port of Hamburg. It is located east of the Landungsbrücken and west of the Niederbaumbrücke. In the low harbor are the Überseebrücke, the Brandenburg Harbor (eastern pier of the Überseebrücke) and the City-Sportboothafen.
May 26, 2019
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