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Lübeck

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Tom Lüneburger - The Driven Man On Tour
Thu,20 Jan 2022

Tom Lüneburger - The Driven Man On Tour

Tom Lüneburger

  • pop
  • rock
Mandowar & Doombirds
Fri,21 Jan 2022

Mandowar & Doombirds

Mandowar

    Weber & Knechte, Todsünde Und 68Fl:Oz
    Sat,22 Jan 2022

    Weber & Knechte, Todsünde Und 68Fl:Oz

    Weber & Knechte

      Giora Feidman - Friendship Tour 2022
      Sun,23 Jan 2022

      Giora Feidman - Friendship Tour 2022

      Giora Feidman

      • folk/world
      Shakra - Mad World Tour 2022
      Wed,26 Jan 2022

      Shakra - Mad World Tour 2022

      Shakra

      • rock
      • metal
      Max Raabe & Palast Orchester - Guten Tag, Liebes Glück
      Mon,31 Jan 2022

      Max Raabe & Palast Orchester - Guten Tag, Liebes Glück

      Max Raabe & Palast Orchester

      • rock
      Max Raabe & Palast Orchester
      Mon,31 Jan 2022

      Max Raabe & Palast Orchester

      • rock
      Crystal Ball
      Wed,2 Feb 2022

      Crystal Ball

      • metal
      Drunken Swallows
      Fri,11 Feb 2022

      Drunken Swallows

        Kathy Kelly & Jay Alexander: Unter Einem Himmel Tournee 2022
        Sat,12 Feb 2022

        Kathy Kelly & Jay Alexander: Unter Einem Himmel Tournee 2022

        Kathy Kelly

        • pop

        Discover Lübeck

        The Hanseatic City of Lübeck (Hansestadt Lübeck) is the largest German port on the Baltic Sea and the second-largest city in Schleswig-Holstein, situated at the mouth of the river Trave (hence the name of its port suburb Travemünde). The city has been an important port since the 12th century. Lübeck and nearby Hamburg founded what became the powerful Hanseatic League of ports and trading towns. History also has a sweeter side for Lübeck - it is globally known for the finest marzipan. The old town (Altstadt) of Lübeck, although considerably damaged during the Second World War, has survived from medieval times in a pretty much unchanged or truthfully rebuilt form. It is now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The city centre's medieval skyline, mainly composed of seven Gothic-style church towers, is still intact. Lübeck is surrounded by parts of the old city walls with two of the original four city gates left. Most notable is the Holsten Gate (Holstentor) which was the motif on the German 50-Deutsche Mark banknote prior to reunification, when the bills were redesigned. Lübeck is perhaps Germany's finest example of "brick Gothic" architecture, which uses the locally available brick (as opposed to "proper" stone, which was not available to medieval builders in northern Germany) to produce quite stunning buildings. The most notable being the seven spires that form Lübeck's medieval "skyline" but also a range of more or less secular buildings, including the Heilig Geist Hospital (despite being built as a hospital, it cites the Holy Spirit in the name, so whether it is a secular building is debatable) and the medieval town hall.

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