"Krameramtstuben" Hamburg Things to Do Tip by tini58de

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  Krameramtstuben
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Next to the "Michel" (St. Michaelis church) you will find a small entrance leading to the Krameramtstuben.

This is a very narrow street with very old houses. These houses used to be inhabited by the widows of merchants. There is one house that is a small museum and is open to the public. You will be able to climb the steep stairs and see how people used to live here until recently.

There are also shops and restaurants and when you turn around, you can see the tower of the Michel.

Don't miss it, it is hidden but well worth a visit!

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  • Written Oct 25, 2004
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