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Am Sande (Lüneburg)

Am Sande (Lüneburg)

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  • Siegfried LG

    Next to the market square, the second large central square in Lüneburg. It didn't always look like it does today. When I met him there was an oval in the middle with parking spaces for cars and bicycles. There was a big problem when redesigning the square: where to go with the buses? This place is also a central place for regular buses. So a pure pedestrian zone could not prevail. However, there is space for table and chairs on the wide footpaths.

    It has a lot to offer. It is very busy with shopping and gastronomy. Next to the old Renaissance houses, there is the old Chamber of Crafts on the top and St. Johannes below. Very close to the water tower. On the Ilmenau the new "Museum Lüneburg" and the Ratsmühle.

    The square was first mentioned in 1229 as "in harena". The square was originally not fortified, hence the name Am Sande. The place was created as a connection between the Modestorpe settlement, the Kalkberg settlement and the salt works. In addition, the trade route to Magdeburg and Braunschweig as well as to Hamburg and Lübeck ran here. The stacking right that Lüneburg received in 1392 required space for the traders within the walls. So this offered itself and through the trade routes the place became a goods handling center. A fee schedule is known from the year 1500, from which the importance of the space can be read. The salt trade took place in the house at Am Sande 45, it was a white load. It is also documented that Am Sande traded beer from 1421 and grain from 1570. The fish trade and timber trade are also recorded in documents.

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    • 1 janvier 2017

  • JR56

    On the central square on the sand in Lüneburg is one of the most magnificent buildings in the city: today's Chamber of Commerce and Industry Lüneburg, IHK.
    The decorative building, which is immediately noticeable with its dark facade, is at one end of the square, at the other is the St. John's Church with its leaning tower
    The Renaissance building with its decorative double gable and ornate facade, built in 1548, served as the Lüneburg brewery for 350 years. It was also a restaurant, retail business and state bank before the IHK moved there after the Second World War.

    lueneburger-heide.de/stadt/sehenswuerdigkeit/74/Lueneburg:_Industrie-_und_Handelskammer_

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    • 16 janvier 2020

  • Siegfried LG

    Here is the pride of Lüneburg. Dark gray brick united to an artful ensemble.
    Opposite the St. Johannis Church, on the west side of the square Am Sande, is today's Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The Renaissance building dating back to 1548, with its decorative double gable and dark gray bricks, has fulfilled a wide variety of functions in its over 400-year existence. He served Lüneburg as a brewery, restaurant, retail store and state bank, before he took over after the Second World War, his current function as an industrial and commercial chamber.
    Link:
    lueneburg.info/de/kultur/die-industrie-und-handelskammer
    Links IHK today:
    de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Industrie-_und_Handelskammer_Lüneburg-Wolfsburg

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    • 14 février 2017

  • Siegfried LG

    The Renaissance building from 1548 with its decorative double gable has fulfilled in its more than 400-year existence a variety of functions. He served as brewery, restaurant, retail store, and state bank before the IHK moved in after World War II.

    The special thing about this building is the dark gray brick of the facade. Of these there are three houses in Lüneburg, this is the most imposing.

    Source:
    lueneburger-heide.de/stadt/sehenswuerdigkeit/74/ihk-lueneburg.html

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    • 27 juillet 2017

  • JR56

    Platz am Sande in Lüneburg is one of the central squares in the city. The St. Johannis church with its leaning tower and the magnificent building of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce are visible from afar.
    The Am Sande square was unpaved in the Middle Ages, i.e. sandy. There the merchants parked their horse-drawn carriages and bullock carts and bought and sold their goods, such as salt.
    The various types of gabled houses are strung together in an impressive manner at this square. The peculiarities of the famous stair and snail gables are particularly clear.
    The special atmosphere of this square, flanked by the St. Johannis Church on the eastern side and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry on the western side, is used again and again for numerous festivals in the city.

    lueneburger-heide.de/stadt/sehenswuerdigkeit/73/lueneburg-am-sande.html

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    • 20 décembre 2019

  • Dolle

    The square is surrounded by gothic gabled houses. The name "Sande" derives from the then unpolished place.

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    • 11 septembre 2019

  • Kathrin

    Anyone visiting Lüneburg will most likely stroll through the central Am Sande town square at the beginning of the visit. As one of the oldest squares in Lüneburg, it is characterized by well-preserved architectural evidence of different stylistic epochs and today offers passers-by many shopping opportunities, restaurants and hotels. At the same time, Am Sande forms the hub of the city's bus transport system. In order to bring you closer to the beauty of the square in its entirety, but also in detail, we have created a tour that will reveal the secrets of Lüneburg architecture to you. From the Gothic, through the Renaissance to the Baroque, the square as a place of history will take you on a journey through the centuries.

    lueneplaner.de/altstadt/am-sande

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    • 23 octobre 2020

  • Mike 🇪🇺

    The comments by Siegfried you can really just add that Lüneburg is a great city. Here you can marvel at beautiful and kept brick houses with many craftsmanship, stroll and enjoy. Lüneburg is always very high on my excursion list.

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    • 10 avril 2018

  • Kathrin

    The Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) Lüneburg-Wolfsburg is the Chamber of Industry and Commerce for the city of Wolfsburg and the districts of Harburg, Heidekreis, Lüneburg, Uelzen, Lüchow-Dannenberg, Celle and Gifhorn. It is a corporation under public law and has the legal task of safeguarding the overall interests of the almost 60,000 associated traders and companies.

    de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Industrie-_und_Handelskammer_Lüneburg-Wolfsburg

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    • 23 octobre 2020

  • Maik Richter

    The "heart" of Lüneburg, so to speak. I'm always happy to be there.

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    • 12 octobre 2020

  • Hans-Helmut Books

    A magnificent building from ancient times, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Lüneburg ..

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    • 25 juin 2017

  • Mike 🇪🇺

    One of the most remarkable houses in the city. This artistic style is worth an eye-catcher.

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    • 10 avril 2018

  • Hans-Helmut Books

    A beautiful building the industry and commerce Lüneburg ...

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    • 20 juin 2017

  • Mike 🇪🇺

    It is worth visiting the Chamber of Commerce and Industry. One of the most beautiful and artistic buildings in the city. One should pay attention to the detail.

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    • 10 avril 2018

  • Siegfried LG

    Here are two pictures of the Ratsmühle, because the pin was set to the wrong position. That is corrected now.

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    • 11 août 2017

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