Hamburg


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a port city in northern Germany on the Elbe River that was founded by Charlemagne in the 9th century and is today the largest port in Germany

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In Hamburg, at least, the problem was actually the strength of the bourgeoisie's class consciousness and social cohesion.
The time during which Hamburg worked for Stone was a tumultuous one for the controversial director, characterized by a series of forgettable movies (U-Turn, Any Given Sunday) and a much-publicized substance-abuse problem.
Written by musician, songwriter and pop chronicler Ulf Kruger it traces the antics of the group as they performed in the exotic but shady St Pauli quarter of Hamburg, crafting their sound in such seedy dens of iniquity as the famous Kaiserkeller, Indra, Top Ten and later the Star Club.
He said: "The one thing about Hamburg is that you always get chances against them.
Hamburg has redefined standards and is set to engage in an active exchange with other urban centres in Europe to promote sustainable architecture and construction.
Medienkontakt: Hamburg Marketing Guido Neumann M: +49(0)160-97298302 guido.
The Port of Hamburg is one of the most modern and efficient ports in the world and already today a showroom for the "Port of the Future" and "Industry 4.
Of those, 292 businesses come from Hamburg, according to Hamburg Chamber of Commerce data.
Emirates airline is quality and its pricing scheme is very competitive, so business and leisure passengers from Hamburg benefit from this situation," he said responding to a question on benefits to German passengers.
The project consists of the Hamburg Tourism GmbH (HHT), representatives of the high-class hotel sector, the municipal Authority of Economic Affairs and Employment, the promotion pool of the hotel sector in Hamburg, the Hamburg Airport and the Tourism Marketing Association Niedersachsen GmbH.
However, since that date, Hamburg have welcomed skipper Rafael Van der Vaart (above) back into the fold.
What would the poet Heinrich Heine, whose death 150 years ago is commemorated this year, have thought of Hamburg today?
A PLAQUE commemorating the involvement of Liverpool bands in the Hamburg music scene is planned for the German city.
I FIRST GLIMPSE ELIZABETH LOSCAVIO IN THE FOKINE STUDIO OF THE HAMBURG BALLET CENTER IN THE MIDST of a late-afternoon rehearsal for the pas de deux from Le Corsaire.