Heiligengeistfeld (German: "field of the Holy Spirit") is an area of Hamburg in the St. Pauli quarter. The Hamburger Dom funfair has been held there since 1893. When the area is not used for exhibitions, circuses or the Dom it is a car park. A building from German Telekom, a swimming complex, Millerntor-Stadion, a school, a patrol station, a World War II building (Flakturm IV) and a supermarket are permanent structures on the field.
The Reeperbahn (German: [ˈʁeːpɐˌbaːn] (listen)) is a street and entertainment district in Hamburg's St. Pauli district, one of the two centres of Hamburg's nightlife (the other being Sternschanze) and also the city's major red-light district. In German, it is also nicknamed die sündigste Meile (the most sinful mile) and Kiez. The Reeperbahn Festival is among the largest club festivals.
Millerntor-Stadion is a multi-purpose stadium in the St. Pauli area of Hamburg, Germany. Best known as the home ground of football club FC St. Pauli, it is on the Heiligengeistfeld near the Reeperbahn, the red light district of Hamburg. The stadium had a capacity of 32,000 when it was built in 1961. It is also used by the Blue Devils American football team, and as a concert venue, including a performance by Prince in 1988. FC St Pauli celebrated their centenary festival at the stadium in 2010.
Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine; (Bernhard-Nocht-Institut für Tropenmedizin) (BNI) is a medical institution based in Hamburg, Germany which is dedicated to research, treatment, training and therapy of tropical and infectious diseases.
The Beatles-Platz (German: Beatles Square/Plaza) is a plaza in the St. Pauli quarter in Hamburg, Germany, at the crossroads of Reeperbahn and Große Freiheit. It is circular, with a diameter of 29 metres (95 ft) and paved black to make it look like a vinyl record. Surrounding the place are five statues, representing The Beatles: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Stuart Sutcliffe, George Harrison, and a hybrid of drummers Pete Best and Ringo Starr each of whom played with The Beatles at times during their Hamburg engagements.
Soviet submarine B-515 was a Tango-class submarine of the Soviet and Russian Navies. She remained in active service until 2001. She is currently docked in Hamburg and is open to the public as a museum exhibit. The submarine is sometimes referred to as U-434, which derives from the pennant number painted on the vessel.
The Hamburger Dom is a large fair held at Heiligengeistfeld fair ground in central Hamburg, Germany. With three fairs (spring, summer and winter) per year it is the biggest and the longest fair throughout Germany and attracts approximately ten million visitors per year. It is also referred to as a Volksfest (beer festival and travelling funfair).
The Davidwache (David(s) Watch) is the best known police station in Hamburg, which is located in the St. Pauli quarter near Reeperbahn, and, more exact, at the corner of Spielbudenplatz square and Davidstraße. Today, it is the seat of Hamburg Police Department 15. While the Davidwache existed since 1840, the listed brick building was erected by Fritz Schumacher from 1913-1914 and opened on 10 December 1914. Sculptor Richard Kuöhl designed the ceramic elements of the station house. 2004/5 an extension of Davidwache on the backside was added. The building is known from numerous movies and TV series, and it was called Germany's best known police station. Paul McCartney and Pete Best had to spend a night at the Davidwache.
Docks (formerly Knopf's Music Hall) is a nightclub located at Spielbudenplatz in the St. Pauli district of Hamburg, Germany. It has a capacity between 1,250 and 1,500 people. The building opened in 1900 as a cinema. Notable past performers include Bob Dylan, Black Sabbath, Metallica, Motörhead, Ramones, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Def Leppard, Ozzy Osbourne, Dio, Iron Maiden, Nine Inch Nails and Liam Gallagher.
The Dancing Towers (German: Tanzende Türme, sometimes also Tango-Türme, transl. Tango Towers) are two highrises at the eastern end of Reeperbahn, in St. Pauli, Hamburg, Germany. Designed by BRT Architects of Hadi Teherani and funded by Strabag, they were completed in 2012. Inside the buildings, office space, gastronomy, a radio station and the music club of Mojo Club can be found. The Mojo Club had been located here before, in the pile of a former bowling alley which was standing empty for years, then being demolished.
The Panoptikum Hamburg is a wax museum in Hamburg, Germany. Founded in 1879 by Friedrich Hermann Faerber, it is the country's oldest wax museum. Each wax figure takes up to two years and €40,000 to complete. According to its owners, the Panoptikum receives around 200,000 visitors annually as of 2018.
Landungsbrücken is a railway station and transport hub, located in Hamburg's St. Pauli quarter at the Landungsbrücken. It is part of the City S-Bahn line and the Hamburg U-Bahn.