Hamburg - Germany's gateway to the world

Hamburg is a city in Germany, located in the north of the country. The city is the second most populous in Germany after Berlin. More than 1.8 million people live in Hamburg.
This is one of the richest cities in Germany, the largest port in Europe and the real "gateway to the world." Hamburg has been the center of European trade since it entered the Hanseatic League in the Middle Ages. That brought great wealth to the city and left a rich cultural and historical heritage.
According to the structure, Hamburg is divided into seven districts and 105 blocks. The most densely populated area of the city is Wandsbek district. Due to many attractions, the city is full of tourists year-round. Indeed, in Hamburg more than 100 parks, many beautiful lakes, a large botanical garden, 40 functioning theaters, 50 museums of various kinds, 17 universities and other organizations that deserve attention. By the number of bridges, Hamburg ranks first in Europe, as there are more than 2,300 bridges.
Hamburg’s gay life is concentrated in the St. Georg district, especially on Lange Reich Street and its surroundings, the main shopping street and the promenade with numerous cafes and boutiques. The annual gay events in Hamburg are the Leatherparty holds in the summer, the Hamburg Gay Pride (CSD) in early August and the strange film festival in October.

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