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A suburb built in the 19th century with villas, townhouses, multi-storey houses and terraced houses in the Wilhelminian style and Art Nouveau. The Grindelviertel was and is the centre of Jewish life in Hamburg, location of the university and student life. Known in the sports world as the former location of the HSV (football club) and since 1990 the venue for the international tennis championships in Germany.
Sightseeing Rotherbaum Das Grindelviertel
Winterhude is a lively, large district. At Mühlenkamp, the “Little Fifth Avenue”, there are cafes and shops for every need. The city park with its landmark, the planetarium, is of central importance. It is the largest amusement park in the city with a natural swimming pool and an open-air theatre. The outer Alster and the Alster bank with beautiful city villas are also part of the boundary. Sehenswertes Winterhude Weitere Informationen zu Winterhude