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Hamburg Wandsbek is an urban quarter in the Wandsbek borough of Hamburg. In 2006, the population of Hamburg Wandsbek was 32.350 residents. The first villages in Hamburg Wandsbek were mentioned in the middle of the 13th century. Until 1864, Hamburg Wandsbek was a part of the Duchy of Holstein and under the rule of the King of Denmark. Afterwards, it became part of the Prussian province Schleswig Holstein. In 1937, Hamburg Wandsbek joined the city of Hamburg through the Greater Hamburg Act. The main attractions are to be found in the main city of Hamburg, where tourists can enjoy a wide range of historical and cultural attractions.
Top Attractions Within Hamburg Wandsbek
Altona Fish Market in Hamburg is located in Hamburg, near Hamburg Wandsbek. It may be billed as a fish market, but there is just about anything and everything on sale at this lively, colourful Hamburg market that takes places early on Sunday mornings, and has done continuously since 1703. There is a restaurant in the historic Fish Auction Hall, along with some live musical entertainment, to rejuvenate tired shoppers.
Hamburg Warehouse Complex in Hamburg is located near Hamburg Wandsbek, and it is the world's largest warehouse complex, built of red brick with gables and turrets, is a century old and still in use for storing exotic goods from around the world. The Warehouse Complex has been turned into a tourist attraction by the addition of an open air theatre, spice museum, miniature exhibition and an old Russian submarine open for exploration.
Miniature Wonderland in Hamburg is located near Hamburg Wandsbek and it is a wonderful place for children and adults to visit. Train enthusiasts will love the Miniature Wonderland. With over 4000 square metres of floorspace, there is much to see with tiny models of various regions, both local and international. The largest of its kind, there are 900 trains with 12.000 carriages, 300.000 lights, 200.000 trees and 200.000 human figures. Sections include Southern Germany and the Austrian Alps, Hamburg and the Coast, America, Scandinavia and Switzerland.