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ar­ti­cle and pho­tos by Ro­bert Hol­den in col­la­bo­ra­tion wi­th Marco Vie­reg­ge and Gra­zia Bac­ca­ri Ger­ma­ny’s se­cond lar­ge­st ci­ty proud­ly upholds its spi­rit of free­will and en­ter­pri­se. Wi­thout for­get­ting exam­ples of si­gna­tu­re ar­chi­tec­tu­re that have re­de­si­gned the Wa­ter­front Ever sin­ce Fre­de­rick “Bar­ba­ros­sa” gran­ted it the sta­tus of a ci­ty- sta­te in 1189, Ham­burg has main­tai­ned its ti­tle of “Free and Han­sea­tic Ci­ty of Ham­burg”. Its hi­sto­ry has gi­ven it a spi­rit of free­will and en­ter­pri­se, ma­king it the main tra­de hub for Nor­thern Eu­ro­pe and the se­cond big­ge­st ci­ty in Ger­ma­ny, ho­me to its ma­ny brid­ges, the Air­bus hea­d­quar­ters and the mo­st im­por­tant Ger­man pu­bli­shing hou­ses. Ger­ma­ny’s mo­st fa­mous na­mes we­re born in Ham­burg: Ba­ch,

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