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The two wooden boats, which are now in the old port, were not always there. These are original replicas of ship types of ancient times. They were handmade by artisans and unemployed youth. Each part was worked by hand and each nail individually forged. The larger one is the so-called Salzwer. It was able to absorb up to 8 t of salt and was used to export salt by water. The built-in engine is not true to the original, but this allows the boat to go on tour (completion 2010). The smaller one is a boat. It was built after the saltwave. The salt was driven with the salt Werder to Lauenburg and reloaded there in the Prahm boats, then transported via the Stecknitz Canal (now Elbe-Lübeck Canal) to Lübeck.
31 décembre 2016
The Ratsmühle is also an old gem. You come, for example. when, from the old port (stint) towards St. Johannis the Ilmenau goes along. At the Ratsmühle is the new "Museum Lüneburg". It also has a terrace overlooking the Ratsmühle, in summer very nice.
22 décembre 2016
The stint has long been the meeting place of the Lüneburg. Now that tables and chairs have been set up everywhere, it is a popular meeting place for tourists and locals alike. The ambience around it does the rest. The whole neighborhood is changing.
30 décembre 2016
The Stintmarkt is located in the historic water district of Lüneburg.
Today the most famous pub and restaurant mile is located at the Stintmarkt in Lüneburg. The medieval houses, which are all very well preserved, offer a fantastic and widely used photo backdrop.You can sit right on the Ilmenau river and enjoy your wine romantically on warm summer evenings. The medieval gables give a great backdrop. An almost Mediterranean flair in the middle of Lüneburg.From the restaurant on the shore you can see the Lüneburg harbor, where an old salt boat is swimming. Lüneburg used to have the salt monopoly of the Hanseatic League, and transports started from this port. The old crane that you can look at was also necessary for loading the salt.lueneburger-heide.de/stadt/sehenswuerdigkeit/68/stintmarkt-lueneburg.html
16 janvier 2020
A place of history. Here the salt was loaded into the barges at that time. Therefore, the old loading crane is also very interesting here. Otherwise, you can enjoy the time in front of a restaurant with outdoor catering and watch the bustle of the people. A great place in Lüneburg.
10 avril 2018
All that remains of the old Lüneburg department store is the beautiful baroque facade built in 1742. The heart of the Lüneburg trade fell victim to the Lüneburg fire devil in 1959. It was then expanded into a fire station. After the weir moved, it now houses one of the most beautiful hotels in the city.kaufhaus-lueneburg.de/Home/Lueneburg-entdecken/Sehenswuerdigkeiten/Altes-Kaufhaus.aspx
16 janvier 2020
The over 1050 year old city between Hamburg and Hanover is one of the most fascinating cities in northern Germany. Its historical architecture in the style of brick Gothic is in a charming contrast to the lively, young city life.
During the Second World War, Lüneburg remained undamaged, so that the city has a closed, medieval cityscape - one of the reasons that led Lüneburg to regain the title of Hanseatic City in October 2007. Everywhere in the city center, visitors come across the history of the city, the most important asset of which was salt. Salt was simmered in the salt works for more than 1,000 years, and the city gained wealth and prestige in the Middle Ages by trading in the then valuable "white gold". Today the German Salt Museum vividly tells its history in changing exhibitions.
At the same time, Lüneburg is a university town - thousands of students live and study here and ensure a colorful, young cityscape. Shopping in the traffic-calmed inner city is a pleasure - many well-stocked specialty shops under historic gables ensure a large selection, and you can leave your car in one of the parking garages close to the center while shopping. On warm days, Lüneburg develops an almost Mediterranean flair. With around 400 catering establishments, the salt and Hanseatic city has the second highest density of bars in Europe: from the rustic pub to the chic bar and the star restaurant, everything is included. Everywhere Lüneburg lives up to its reputation as a gastronomic stronghold: whether on the Schröderstrasse promenade or on the terraces on the Stintmarkt right by the water. This pub mile, along with the Old Crane and the centuries-old houses towering over the Ilmenau, is located in the historic harbor district, where the salt used to be loaded, and turns into a cozy beer garden on warm summer evenings.lueneburg.info/de/lueneburg-erleben
14 avril 2020
"At the old harbor across from the Stintmarkt, another relic from the heyday of the salt and Hanseatic city of Lüneburg stands: the historic" department store ".It was originally called "Dat Heringshus". Thanks to the salt, the profitable Baltic herring was an important commodity. The "department store" fell victim to an arson in 1959, only the Baroque façade, built in 1742, was preserved.Today, the building houses the 3 star Superior Hotel "Altes Kaufhaus". In loving consideration of old plans and photos, the building is more historic
Spot again comes to life. The modern hotel complex, with its beautifully designed dormers and striking red shutters, perfectly complements the surviving romantic Baroque façade. "
2 avril 2018
It was originally called "Dat Heringshus": thanks to the salt, the profitable Baltic herring was an important commodity. Traders transported the Lüneburg salt over the Ilmenau to Lübeck and brought along on the way back herrings. They were sold together with Stinten in the old department store.In the historical goods and customs lists besides fish and meat the most diverse goods are registered, as for example grain, hops, malt, wine, beer, cloth, wool, skins, wood, metals , Glass and spices. "
lueneburg.info/de/kultur/das-alte-kaufhausDue to the right of stacking, which Lüneburg received in 1392, the merchants had to offer their goods in Lüneburg for three days. Among other things, this place was a place for it. 1741-1745, the department store was built on the site of the old "Heringhus" with baroque facade and was a dominant place of activity in the harbor. (Https://luene-info.de/geschichte/chronik/chronik5.html)It fell victim in 1959 to a devastating arson attack, only the baroque façade was preserved. The volunteer fire brigade Lüneburg-Mitte moved into a functional concrete / brick building and in 2007 moved to a larger new building in the Lüne Park. The "old department store" was rebuilt for further use to the hotel. The proposals of the ALA (Arbeitskreis Lüneburg Old Town) to reconstruct the Baroque façade on the harbor side were rejected, probably too expensive. The tourists are less bothered.The weather vane on the onion turret shows an old saltwerIf you want to see an old view of the crane and the department store, click here:
16 juillet 2018
The old town of Lüneburg, with the water district and its pretty, old houses, is really worth seeing. For me, as a hobby photographer, there are many wonderful photo opportunities here. Highlights include the smelt market and the old wooden crane.
12 octobre 2020
The "water district" is the historical core of the modern salt city. Located directly on the Ilmenau, economic life pulsed here for centuries. After the movement of goods was relocated to land, the commercial district lost its importance, but not its charm. Today the "Wasserviertel" with its special inner city location and the diverse range of restaurants and retail outlets is an attractive point of attraction for Lüneburgers and guests of the city.hansestadtlueneburg.de/Home-Hansestadt-Lueneburg/Bauen-Umwelt-und-Energie-hansestadt-lueneburg/Bauen-Planen-Wohnen-hansestadt-lueneburg/Sanierungsgebiet/Sanierungsgebiet-Wasserviertel.aspx
23 octobre 2020
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