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CHIE­SA DI S. MI­CHE­LE / ST. MICHAELS’ CHUR­CH È il sim­bo­lo del­la cit­tà e rap­pre­sen­ta la chie­sa Ba­roc­ca più im­por­tan­te del­la Ger­ma­nia set­ten­trio­na­le e uno dei fa­ri più gran­di del mon­do. Per mol­ti an­ni ser­vì co­me pun­to di orien­ta­men­to di mol­te na­vi pro­ve­nien­ti dall’El­ba. Il cam­pa­ni­le è al­tro 132 me­tri e con­ta qua­si 450 gra­di­ni. Dal­la piat­ta­for­ma pa­no­ra­mi­ca si go­de di un fan­ta­sti­co pa­no­ra­ma di Am­bur­go e del por­to. La na­va­ta del­la chie­sa lun­ga 52 me­tri ha un im­po­nen­te al­ta­re di 20 me­tri e l’oro­lo­gio da cam­pa­ni­le più gran­de del­la Ger­ma­nia, le cui lan­cet­te pe­sa­no cir­ca 130 kg. This chur­ch is a ci­ty land­mark and the mo­st im­por­tant Ba­ro­que chur­ch in nor­thern Ger­ma­ny. It is al­so one of the lar­ge­st “bea­cons” in the world be­cau­se, for ma­ny years, it ser­ved as a lan­d­fall mark for ships sai­ling up the Ri­ver El­be. The bel­fry is 132 me­tres tall and has al­mo­st 450 steps. The viewing plat­form at the top of the to­wer af­fords a won­der­ful view of Ham­burg and the port. The na­ve is 52 me­tres long and has an impressive 20 me­tre al­tar and the lar­ge­st bel­fry clock in Ger­ma­ny, wi­th hands that wei­gh 130 kg.

MU­NI­CI­PIO / CI­TY HALL Co­strui­to in sti­le neo- Ri­na­sci­men­ta­le ne­gli an­ni 1886- 1897, si tro­va in cen­tro cit­tà, tra l’Al­ster e l’El­ba ed ha 650 stan­ze. Stu­pi­sco­no l’edi­fi­cio in gra­ni­to e are­na­ria com­po­sto da tre ali, la fac­cia­ta lun­ga 112 me­tri e ric­ca di de­co­ra­zio­ni, la tor­re al­ta 112 me­tri e il tet­to ri­co­per­to in ra­me. Le nic­chie del la­to del mu­ni­ci­pio che si af­fac­cia sul­la piaz­za an­ti­stan­te con­ten­go­no scul­tu­re in bron­zo di 20 re e im­pe­ra­to­ri dell’im­pe­ro te­de­sco, da Car­lo Ma­gno a Fran­ce­sco II. Built in neo- Re­nais­san­ce sty­le between the years 1886- 1897, the ci­ty hall is found in the cen­tre of Ham­burg, between the ri­vers Al­ster and El­be, and has 650 rooms. This stun­ning gra­ni­te and li­me­sto­ne buil­ding has 3 wings, a fa­ca­de 112 me­tres long and ri­ch in de­co­ra­tions, a 112- me­tre to­wer and a roof co­ve­red in cop­per. The re­ces­ses at the si­de of the ci­ty hall, whi­ch over­look the ad­ja­cent squa­re, con­tain bron­ze sculp­tu­res of 20 kings and em­pe­rors of the German em­pi­re, from Char­le­ma­gne to Fran­cis II.

EDI­FI­CI DOCKLAND / DOCKLAND BUILDINGS Il com­ples­so di edi­fi­ci a sei pia­ni sul­la ri­va dell’El­ba è una del­le co­stru­zio­ni più spet­ta­co­la­ri di Am­bur­go. L’edi­fi­cio a for­ma di pa­ral­le­lo­gram­mo è in­cli­na­to e si spor­ge a 40 me­tri sull’El­ba. Tra­mi­te una sca­la è pos­si­bi­le ac­ce­de­re al­la piat­ta­for­ma pa­no­ra­mi­ca del se­sto pia­no da cui si go­de una vi­sta moz­za­fia­to sull’El­ba e su Am­bur­go. Ascen­so­ri tra­spa­ren­ti in­cli­na­ti con­du­co­no ai sin­go­li pia­ni. This com­plex of six- floor buildings on the banks of the El­be is one of the mo­st spec­ta­cu­lar con­struc­tions in Ham­burg. It ta­kes the sha­pe of a pa­ral­le­lo­gram and pro­tru­des 40 me­tres over the ri­ver. Stairs lead to the viewing plat­form on the six floor from whe­re the­re is a brea­th­ta­king view over the ri­ver and ci­ty. In­cli­ned trans­pa­rent lif­ts lead to the in­di­vi­dual floors. ex­hi­bi­tions ea­ch year. The co­re col­lec­tions in­clu­de clas­si­cal mo­dern works by Pi­cas­so, Ko­ko­sch­ka and Fri­da Ka­hlo, but it of­ten or­ga­ni­ses ex­hi­bi­tions that cross dif­fe­rent eras. The pro­gram­me al­so in­clu­des con­certs, con­fe­ren­ces and lec­tu­res. www. bu­ce­riu­skunst­fo­rum. de

CEN­TRO ESPO­SI­TI­VO DEICHTORHALLEN DEICHTORHALLEN EXHIBITION CEN­TRE So­no con­si­de­ra­te tra le più gran­di sa­le di espo­si­zio­ne di ar­te e fo­to­gra­fia con­tem­po­ra­nee d’Eu­ro­pa e si sud­di­vi­do­no nel­la ca­sa del­la fo­to­gra­fia, la sa­la di ar­te con­tem­po­ra­nea e la col­le­zio­ne Falc­ken­berg nel­la dé­pen­dan­ce di Har­burg. Gli edi­fi­ci sto­ri­ci, tra il cen­tro e il quar­tie­re Ha­fe­nCi­ty, of­fro­no spa­zio per mo­stre spet­ta­co­la­ri. Pre­sen­ta an­che mo­stre in­ter­na­zio­na­li de­di­ca­te al­la fo­to­gra­fia del XIX e XX se­co­lo ma an­che quel­la di­gi­ta­le del fu­tu­ro. The rooms is this cen­tre are among the lar­ge­st contemporary art and pho­to­gra­phy halls in Eu­ro­pe and are di­vi­ded in­to the pho­to­gra­phy hou­se, the contemporary art hall and the Falc­ken­berg col­lec­tion in the Har­burg bran­ch. The­se hi­sto­ric buildings, situated between the cen­tre and the di­strict of Ha­fe­nCi­ty, of­fer spa­ce for spec­ta­cu­lar ex­hi­bi­tions, in­clu­ding in­ter­na­tio­nal even­ts de­di­ca­ted to ni­ne­teen­th and twen­tie­th- cen­tu­ry pho­to­gra­phy as well as di­gi­tal pho­to­gra­phy of the fu­tu­re. www. deichtorhallen. de

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