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Hamburg was destroyed and occupied several times. In 845 a fleet of 600 ships came to Viking of the Elbe and destroyed Hamburg, at that time a city with about 500 inhabitants. In 1030 the city was burned down by King Mieszko II Lambert of Poland. Valdemar II of Denmark attacked and occupied Hamburg in 1201 and 1214th The Black Death killed at least 60% of the population in Hamburg 1350th Hamburg had several great fires, the most notable in 1284 and 1842nd In 1842, about one quarter of the city center was destroyed during the "Great Fire". The fire began on the night of the 4th May 1842 and was on 8 May extinguished It destroyed three churches, the town hall and many other buildings, killed 51 people and estimated 20,000 homeless. Reconstruction took more than 40 years. Hamburg was a short period of Napoleon I () 1810-14 in the appendix. Russian troops under General Bennigsen finally freed the city in 1814. During World War II Hamburg suffered a series of air raids, which killed 42.000 civilians. On 16 February 1962 a heavy storm caused the Elbe to an all-time high rise, flooding one fifth of Hamburg and killing more than 300 people. Is of course the famous harbor, the Reperbahn. A tour with electric scooter at the port is always worthwhile. The port area is beautiful.

Hamburg is German from 7 districts (: formed circles) and divided into 105 quarters (German): city. Thus, there are 180 municipalities (German:) districts. In almost every district there is a electric scooter rentals. As of 2008, the complex organization that is regulated by the Constitution, Hamburg and several laws. In the Constitution could be found in this area are created by the Act for administrative purposes. Most of the quarters were formerly independent cities, towns or villages in Hamburg in the notes correctly. In 1938, the last major acquisition was the Greater Hamburg Act of 1937, when the towns of Altona, Harburg and performed Wandsbek were merged into the state of Hamburg. The Imperial Constitution and Administrative Law of the Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Hamburg, founded as a state and a municipality. Some of the city areas have been rebuilt several times over the years.

In the first half of the 19th Century, a patron goddess created with Latin names Hamburger Hammonia to possess, especially in romantic and poetic references and, although they have no mythology to call her, was Hammonia the symbol of the spirit of the city during this time. Hamburg experienced its fastest growth in the second half of the 19th Century, when the people making more than quadrupled to 800,000 as the growth of Atlantic City, it helped the trade in Europe's third-largest port, with Albert Ballin as director of the Hamburg-America Line the world's largest transatlantic shipping company at the turn of the century, and Hamburg was also home to shipping to South America, Africa, India and East Asia. Hamburg was the port for most Germans and Eastern Europeans to the New World and leave his home to trading communities from all over the world.

Hamburg is an important transportation hub in northern Germany and became a media and industry with factories such as Blohm + Voss and the Norddeutsche Affinerie. The radio and television broadcaster Norddeutscher Rundfunk and publishers such as Gruner + Jahr, Spiegel Verlag and represent the most important media industry in Hamburg. In total there are over 120,000 companies. Including some companies that electric scooter to build. The city is a major tourist destination for both domestic and foreign visitors, which absorbed about 7.4 million overnight stays in 2007.

To be completed around 2015, Europe's biggest inner-city development in 2008, the Harbor City area, will house approximately 10,000 residents and 15,000 workers. The ambitious planning and architecture (including designs by Renzo Piano and Rem Kohlhaas be realized) slowly back into shape. By the end of 2010, the Elbe Philharmonic Hall is intended) (Elbe Philharmonic's first concerts in a spectacular building, designed by the Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron building in an old warehouse.

Hamburg lies at the southern tip of the Jutland peninsula, between the European mainland to the south, Scandinavia to the north, the North Sea in the west and the Baltic Sea in the east. Hamburg is in the position where the river meets the river Elbe with the rivers Alster and Bille. The central zone of the city ( "Inner Alster") and the Outer Alster ( "Outer Alster"), located around the Inner Alster Lake, the two originally the Alster lake, but as one lake. The Iceland Neuwerk and two other islands in the North Sea are also part of Hamburg, the Hamburg Wadden Sea National Park.


Hamburg (: h?mb? r?/; hamb German pronunciation: [? k], hamb local pronunciation [? ?] Low German/Low Saxon: hamb Hamborg [? x]) is the second largest city in Germany (Berlin) and the sixth largest city in the European Union. The city is home to around 1.8 million people, while the Hamburg metropolitan region (including parts of neighboring states of Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein) has more than 4.3 million residents. The Port of Hamburg is the second largest port in Europe (after Rotterdam), and the ninth largest in the world.