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Gateway to the world. The jewel of the north. The biggest sea port in Germany. It’s hard to describe Hamburg without using superlatives. This world city on the Elbe combines a global mindset with mercantile tradition. Over the last 25 years, the city’s appeal has been boosted even further by impressive urban development. With HafenCity, the biggest inner-city regeneration project in Europe, Hamburg is setting a high standard for the future of urban centres.
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