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Poggenmühlenbrücke

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Recommended by 198 out of 211 hikers

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  • InForAPenny-InForAPound

    On the Poggenmühlen Bridge the photographers gather regularly - especially at sunset.

    A few steps further you have on the Wandrahmsteg a beautiful view over the Zollkanal to the Elbphilarmonie.

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  • Siegfried LG

    Built between 1905 and 1907 during the third phase of the Speicherstadt (1899-1912), the four-storey building is one of the most famous landmarks and oldest buildings in the historic warehouse complex.

    Originally the moated castle was used as a shelter and workshop for the dockers, who carried out the maintenance and repair of the hydraulic storage winches. They were called Windenwächter or Windenwächter and had - in addition to other technical personnel - the privilege to live in the Speicherstadt.

    The winches were an important component of the storage buildings: there were - and still are today - no freight elevators. All goods were drawn with winches on the outside to the facades to or from the storage floors of the store.

    Source:
    de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wasserschloss_%28Hamburg%29

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  • Natascha

    Photos taken on the Poggenmühlen Bridge are among the classics that immediately recognize Hamburg. From the street it looks rather inconspicuous. However, if you take the time on the bridge, you will discover the moated castle.

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  • JR56

    The Wandsrahmsfleet runs from the Kleine Fleet (Kannengießerort bridge) and flows in front of the Poggenmühlen bridge with the Holländischbrookfleet together to the Zollkanal at the height of the Oberbaumbrücke.de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Speicherstadt

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  • Biglo

    The Speicherstadt is a real highlight of Hamburg. Because of the dimensions in the impressions I recommend a sightseeing on foot. The Poggenmühlenbrücke is u.a. a highlight for photographers.

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  • Cetina 🌈 🚵🏻 🏃🏼‍♀️ 🥾

    From the street it looks rather inconspicuous. However, if you take the time on the bridge, you will discover the moated castle.

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  • Ela Ado

    A beautiful corner. We were alone early in the morning

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  • Frank Niemeyer

    The highlight for every photographer in Hamburg. Especially in the dark a wonderful sight. At certain times of the day, there may well be jams. Nevertheless you should have been there once.
    In no case the camera forgot!

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  • Werner

    The moated castle in the Speicherstadt is a must see, especially at dusk or in the evenings.

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  • 🌍Toschi🐢🐌

    Highly recommended in the dark

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  • Nancy 😗 🥾🚶‍♀️⛰ 🚴‍♀️

    Visit the Poggenmühlenbrücke in the evening or at the blue hour. The granaries are beautifully illuminated from nightfall until 11.30 p.m.

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  • Natascha

    The Wandrahmsfleet is one of many canoes in the city center of Hamburg.

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  • beardman🌷

    Eins der must-have-seens in Hamburg

  • Cord

    Definitely take a good photo equipment. Do not forget tripod and cable release.

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  • Holger

    You just can't miss it!

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  • Kathrin

    From the Poggenmühlenbrücke you can enjoy a beautiful view of the Speicherstadt. The bridge itself is also worth seeing.

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  • Holger

    Hamburg history to touch

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  • Niels-Uwe 🚶🐦

    The motif is great for every photo series. Here you have the feeling as if the history of the Hamburg warehouse district is jumping towards you

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  • Janet

    The photo hotspot in the Speicherstadt - during the day and in the evening

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  • Elevation30 m