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Beatles-Platz, Hamburg

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  • Located in the red light district, the square is dedicated to The Beatles. Is circular, represents a disc of vinyl (in the soil can verse them titles of some of their songs) and to its around there are five statues that them represent (John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, the fifth know to who is refers). It is a curious, but not essential.
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  • Great photo opportunity for avid Fab Four fans - but don't go out of your way to see it. Metal outline statues of the group on a seedy part of the Reeperbahn. I believe it must be part of a tour and i...  more »
  • You definitely feel like a part of Beatles history as a Beatles fan visiting this place. It is cool to start a Beatles tour here, visiting the Beatles museum, Starclub, Indra, etc. 
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  • Get your classic Beatles pic next to the statues.. but there are other neighbourhoods to be discovered near by so don't stay around the Reeperbahn for too long! Go wander around.
  • At the crossroads of the Reeperbahn and Grosse Freiheit, the city has built Beatles-Platz which is a circular plaza paved in black to make it look like a vinyl record. It includes statues of the Beatles and the names of their many hit songs. Further along the Reeperbahn, a Beatles museum has just opened. It plans to attract hundreds of thousands of paying visitors annually. It is only fair that Liverpool should share the fame of the Beatles with Hamburg. John Lennon would always say that he was born in Liverpool, but that he grew up in Hamburg. If only he had settled in Liverpool or Hamburg, instead of in New York City, he would be celebrating his 70th birthday on October 9th, 2010.
  • The best place to be on Saturday night
  • Funny street. My hotel was there and street is really like from some Holywood movies.
  • The steel sculpture is still here! And so is the red light district!