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If you like young Danish girls - Fun things to do in Hamburg

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I went there last September, just before the Italian section opened, we were given a sneak preview. Couldn't get on a behind-the-scenes tour, all fully booked :(

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I was with my family at the Zoological museum yesterday. It is part of 3 museums in the University area of Hamburg.

All of them are free to visit and worth it whether you have kids  or not.

 

1. Zoological museum: https://www.cenak.uni-hamburg.de/ausstellungen/museum-zoologie.html 

    Tip on Sunday 13:00 there is a very interesting guided tour, free of charge as well

    Worth seeing the skull of the only recorded female double tusked Narwhal in History collected in 1684. And the only object that survived the bombing in 1943

 

2. Mineralogy museum :  https://www.cenak.uni-hamburg.de/ausstellungen/museum-mineralogie.html

    Apart from the minerals, some fossils and meteorits

 

3. Geology/Paleontology museum: https://www.cenak.uni-hamburg.de/sammlungen/palaeontologie.html

    Among others, 2 great collections. One with 6000+ pieces of Amber, and one with 5000+ fossil cephalopods

 

Extra bonus: The area has some great restaurants as well

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Rugby in the Stadtpark. Saturday Oct. 21st at 14h.

 

Saarlandstraße 71, 22303

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NY Times article :

 

36 hours in Hamburg

 

'... As Germany’s largest port and traditional gateway to the world, Hamburg has always been outward-looking, but also self-possessed enough to keep its many charms and thriving cultural scene a relative secret. Hamburg may still be off the radar, but that is also what makes it a blank slate, a surprise gem, waiting to be explored. "

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The Christmas market starts today at the Norwegian Church (and the 3 other insignificant ones, Swedish, Danish and Finnish)

 

Freitag 17. November von 12-19 Uhr
Samstag 18. November von 12-19 Uhr
Sonntag 19. November von 12-18 Uhr

Freitag 24. November von 12-19 Uhr
Samstag 25. November von 12-19 Uhr
Sonntag 26. November von 12-18 Uhr

 

Near Landungsbrucke

 

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A great action by the guys at Miniature wunderland. 

 

if you and your family can't afford to visit, show up on one of the 22 special days and they will let you in for FREE!

 

 

 

 

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Der Lange Nacht der Bremer Museen is this coming Saturday in Bremen. 6pm till about 11pm you get entry to all participating museums and public transit in the city for €12. I've never been as the train from Hamburg seems quite expensive for a short trip, but I think this will be worth it.

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If you are up for some fun in the snow, Osterstrasse fest is this weekend,

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There is some kind of party going on at the harbour.

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7 hours ago, tor said:

There is some kind of party going on at the harbour.

 

Same procedure every year...

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Tonight at 6 at Jungfernstieg there will be a live broadcast of the premiere of Die Nase.

it is a crazy Shostakovic opera, so don't expect Puccini. But, something to see none the less.

 

It is also Long night of the Theaters.

 

I don't need to post any info cuz nobody reads this anyway... :)

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