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The Fischauktionshalle, an architectural jewel, reminiscent of a basilica, was built in 1896 and used for fish auctions. An iron structure with a cupola, it was also called the "Cathedral of Fish". Two galleries run along the inside and the red brick on the outside is adorned with fish motifs. The building was restored in the early 1980s. The hall can be hired.

Hotels nearby

Clipper Elb-Lodge

Große Elbstraße 47
22767 Hamburg

Michael Ziemann
Empire Riverside Hotel

Bernhard-Nocht-Straße 97
20359 Hamburg

Swantje Germis

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Altonaer Fischauktionshalle Betriebsgesellschaft mbH und Jens Stacklies Veranstaltungsservice
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