City Hall MarketplaceHamburg , Germany
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In this online camera we represent you the City Hall Marketplace, the central square of Hamburg. Rathausmarkt in this live stream camera is located in the Altstadt quarter (Old city) right in front of the Hamburg City Hall.
At the City Hall Square, which is perfectly shown online, are situated Alsterarkaden shopping galleries in Alsterfleet, also, there are many events held here, including an open-air cinema in summer time, Stuttgart wine village “Stuttgarter Weindorf” celebration, Rockspektakel music festival and Christmas market in December.
The German city of Hamburg, where the live webcam is located, is a beautiful city with interesting architecture, picturesque green parks, theatres, museums, art galleries and an active cultural life.
In addition, Hamburg is one of the richest cities in the country with many trading companies’ offices, banks and insurance organizations.
Hamburg, which City Hall Marketplace this online camera shows well, has a historical division into the Old and New Town, divided by the Alsterfleet canal. The Trostbrücke Bridge is thrown over the canal with a beautiful view to the main attractions of the city center: the Town Hall, Germany’s oldest exchange and ruins of medieval St. Nicholas Church, destroyed during the Second World War. Now there is anti-war memorial.
The symbol of Hamburg is the 132-meter tower of St. Michael’s Church, popularly referred to as “Michelle”.
One of the most striking buildings in the city in this live broadcast is the Neo-Renaissance Town Hall with a 112-meter tower, erected in 1887.
The popular religious buildings of Hamburg are: the Protestant churches of St. Jacob, St. Peter, St. Michael, St. Catherine and St. Nicholas.
Besides the amazingly beautiful churches in Hamburg, whose center is shown online, it is worth visiting the 1924 Chilehaus building in the form of an ocean liner – the work of the architect Fritz Höger.
On Krayenkamp Street there is a small alley with the famous Hamburg “Shopkeeper’s Houses”– Krameramtswohnungen of the 17th century, built in half-timbered style. From 1863 to 1969, they served as homes for the elderly, now there are a tourist attraction. There is a museum in one of the houses, while others are given for restaurants and shops.
Another curious attraction of Hamburg with Rathausmarkt, shown in this online webcast, is the The Heinrich Hertz Tower (Heinrich-Hertz-Turm) television and radio communication tower, which got its name in honor of the famous citizen. The tower, 279.2 meters high, was built in 1965-1968 according to the project of architect Fritz Trautwein.
In Hamburg there is the famous Ohlsdorf Cemetery, which is considered the largest non-military burial place in the world and is the second largest after the Calverton National Cemetery in eastern Long Island, USA. On its territory there are 6 memorials to Nazism victims, as well as a memorial to the Hamburg resistance fighters.
The climate in Hamburg, where the online stream is conducted from, is rather moderate. Summer is warm and not hot, with an average temperature of +16 … + 18 C. Winter is comfortable and warm. From December to February, the average air temperature is 0 … + 2 C. Weather forecast in Hamburg for 7 days is available on our website online.