Had the chance to visit Hamburg, Germany last week for work.
This is the Binnenalster, a big lake in the middle of the city center, surrounded by the Rathouse (Town hall), hotels and shops.
Swans! with the Rathouse in the back
Canals run throughout the city. Hamburg has more bridges inside its city limits than any other city in the world and more canals than Amsterdam and Venice combined
The Central station, Hauptbahnhof
Saw one of these guys in Tokyo too :)
Chilehaus is an exceptional example of the 1920s Brick Expressionism style of architecture. It is famed for its top, which is reminiscent of a ship’s prow, and the facades, which meet at a very sharp angle.
The Chilehaus building was designed by the architect Fritz Höger and built between 1922 and 1924. It was commissioned by the shipping magnate Henry B. Sloman, who made his fortune trading saltpeter from Chile, hence the name Chile House.
Rathaus, the Town Hall
At the edge of the Reeperbahn stands Tanzende Türme, or “Dancing Towers.”
Booths preparing for the big Harbor Birthday Celebrations
The Reeperbahn! Europe’s largest red light district and home of strip clubs, brothels, bars and nightclubs
Crazy good dinner at Henssler & Henssler
Amazing playstructure I found in Altona