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St. Nikolai Memorial

About us: St. Nikolai Memorial is Hamburg’s most important memorial dealing with the war and its dictatorship during 1933-1945. The original main church was destroyed in the air raids on Hamburg in 1943.

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Museum: In the church ruins a museum reminds us of the disastrous air war over Europe.  It questions the impact of war in former as well as in present times and deals with aspects of the memories of the victims of World War II.

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Viewing Tower: A glass elevator takes visitors up the fifth highest church tower in the world.  A viewing platform at 76 metres overlooks the harbour,  the Alster lakes and Hamburg’s city centre. Historical photos of past destruction add up to the impressions.


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Events: Our program offers discussions in current events,  supports research on German history and promotes international peace movements/  peace and understanding of nations.


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Temporary exhibition until 29 March 2018:

„Mission Reinhardt – They came from the ghetto and went to the unknown“

Similar to Belzec and Treblinka Sobibor represents one of the forgotten places of the “Mission Reinhardt”, the code name which the National Socialists used in order to describe the mass murder of Jews in the general government (today located in the east of Poland). From 1942-1943 more than 1.5 million people, including 50 000 Sinti and Roma, were killed in the context of the “Mission Reinhardt”.

Visit in museum-ticket to 5 € included.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 


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How to find us:

Mahnmal St. Nikolai
Willy-Brandt-Straße 60
20457 Hamburg

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Telephone: +49 40 / 37 11 25

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Opening hours:
May − Sept. daily 10AM − 6PM
Oct. − April daily 10AM − 5PM

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Sprache / Language

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deutschenglish

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