Cemetery

Hamburg
Schleswig-Holstein
The fisherman-colony Holm in Schleswig is an old, traditional district of the city of Schleswig, directly at the river Schlei. It was built around the 11th century, when the colony was built on an island in the Schlei. 
Details of Fischersiedlung Holm in Schleswig
24837 Schleswig
The cemetery in the Nienstedten district, founded in 1814, is one of the oldest in Hamburg. It is still being used. In the 1970s, historic gravestones of abandoned graves were preserved and made part of a museum. Today, the cemetery has seven … 
Details of Friedhof Nienstedten
22609 Hamburg
The Ohlsdorf Cemetery covers 400 hectares well-known throughout the world for its beautiful parkland and abundant plants. It is located in the north of Hamburg. Opened at the beginning of the 19th century, it is one of the world´s largest … 
Details of Friedhof Ohlsdorf
22337 Hamburg
The Öjendorf cemetery is one of the newest of Hamburg´s three main cemeteries. Designed as a cemetery with a park, Öjendorf grew to become an urban space after the Second World War. In 1966, the park was opened to the public. The road system in … 
Details of Friedhof Öjendorf
22119 Hamburg
This small romantic half-timber red-brick church with a gable tower lies in the suburb of Nienstedten near the Elbe. It was built between 1750 and 1751 and is mainly being used for weddings. Galleries on wooden columns line the interior and the main … 
Details of Kirche Nienstedten
22609 Hamburg
Modern church with an altar room that reminds of a ships hull. 
Details of Nikodemuskirche Ohlsdorf
22337 Hamburg
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 … 
Details of Trauerhallen Öjendorfer Friedhof
22119 Hamburg