St. Pauli, Hamburg-Mitte, Hamburg, 20359, Germany

St. Pauli, Hamburg-Mitte, Hamburg, 20359, Germany
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E1 European long distance path (Q151653)

The E1 European long-distance path, or just E1 path, is one of the European long-distance paths designated by the European Ramblers' Association. It has a total length of some 4,960 miles (7,980 km). It begins in Norway at Nordkapp, and crosses the Kattegat between Sweden and Denmark by ferry. It passes through Denmark, Germany, and Switzerland to finish at Scapoli, Italy. This path is planned to be extended southwards to Sicily, in Italy.

Herbertstraße (Q315857)

Herbertstraße (until 1922 Heinrichstraße) is a well-known street in the St. Pauli district of Hamburg, located near the main red light district Reeperbahn. It is the only street in the city where it is still possible to find prostitutes in "windows" as in the famous De Wallen district of Amsterdam. It is reputed to have Hamburg’s best looking and most expensive prostitutes. At its peak about 250 women worked there.

St. Pauli Landing Stages (Q458970)

The St. Pauli Piers (German: St. Pauli Landungsbrücken, often only referred to as Landungsbrücken; German pronunciation: [ˈlandʊŋsˌbʀʏkn̩]), are the largest landing place in the Port of Hamburg, Germany, and also one of Hamburg's major tourist attractions. Other English language translations include St. Pauli Landing Stages or St. Pauli Landing Bridges.

Erotic Art Museum (Q475236)

The Erotic Art Museum was a museum dedicated to erotic art located in the German red-light district of Hamburg's Reeperbahn. The museum opened in November 1992 at 69 Bernhard-Nocht-Straße, and in 1997 it moved to Nobistor, a street running between the Reeperbahn and Louise-Schroeder-Straße. The museum closed in fall 2007.

Hafenstraße (Q328372)

Hafenstraße (German Hafen – harbour; Straße – street) is a common German abbreviation of St. Pauli-Hafenstraße, a street in St. Pauli, a quarter of Hamburg, Germany.

Fliegende Bauten Hamburg (Q1428399)

Fliegende Bauten Hamburg is a theatre in Hamburg, Germany.

Federal Bureau for Maritime Casualty Investigation (Q1006743)

The Federal Bureau for Maritime Casualty Investigation (German: Bundesstelle für Seeunfalluntersuchung, BSU) is the German agency for investigating maritime accidents and incidents. It is subordinate to the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development. Its head office is in the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (BSH) facility in St. Pauli, Hamburg-Mitte, Hamburg.

Heiligengeistfeld (Q896922)

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.

Hans-Albers-Platz (Q24886347)

Hans-Albers-Platz (Hans Albers square) is a square in St. Pauli, Hamburg, Germany. It is one of the most popular places and tourist attractions within the red light district south of the famous street of Reeperbahn. It is named after the actor and singer Hans Albers.

Feldstraße (Q2465884)

Feldstraße station is a metro station located in St. Pauli, Hamburg, Germany. It is served by Hamburg U-Bahn line U3 (Ring line); the station handles an average of around 14,000 passengers per day.

Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (Q1005487)

The Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (German: Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie, BSH) is a German federal authority based in Hamburg and Rostock. With some 800 employees, the agency's tasks include maritime safety, hydrographic survey, maritime pollution monitoring, and approvals of offshore installations.

The Top Ten Club (Q7769600)

The Top Ten Club was a music club in Hamburg, Germany owned by Peter Eckhorn. The address in the Hamburg district of St. Pauli was: Reeperbahn 136.