An der Kleinen Alster     more than a year ago
After the great fire of Hamburg in 1842 the architect Alexis de Chateauneuf (1799 - 1853) designed and built this charming little riverside arcade, inspired by the very best of Venetian architecture. The leading example of what became known as post-fire architecture, the arcade stands exactly as it did when it was built, and features both shops and outdoor cafés that offer a great opportunity to sit and bask with the sight of the Rathaus just over the water.

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