Trauerhallen Öjendorfer Friedhof

Blick auf die Empore
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Warteraum in Halle 2
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Friedhof Öjendorf
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CEMETERY CHAPEL BUILDINGS The cemetery of Öjendorf has three cemetery chapel buildings. These halls are connected via the so-called "Flower Street", where the floral decoration can be delivered for the funerals. Hall number 2 is still in its original condition and can also be used for filming. The access to the hall leads past a waiting room. The waiting rooms are equipped with a dark slate floor, photographs on the walls, tables and chairs. The alley to the hall is panelled in wood. The incident daylight is refracted by the large, bright and coloured windows. Inside there are simple benches in rows, a gallery and a coffin lift. Shooting is possible. The buildings can be used for shooting according to prior agreement.

Categories: Cemetery, Halls

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Local contact
Public authorities
AAA Bezirksamt Hamburg Mitte
Fachamt Management des öffentlichen Raumes, Sondernutzung MR1
Caffamacherreihe 1-3
20355 Hamburg
Phone 040-428 54 33 57/ -3413
Polizeikommissariat 42
Möllner Landstraße 44
22111 Hamburg
Phone 040-428 65 42 -21/ -22
040-428 65 42 34