Krameramtswohnungen (Flats for Small Trader's Guild), Hamburg

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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3.9/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
Walk through one of the last remaining areas of old Hamburg at Krameramtswohnungen (Flats for Small Trader's Guild). The row of small, half-timbered, courtyard apartments was built about 1620 to house the widows of members of the city's Guild of Small Shopkeepers. Nowadays the apartments house various stores and souvenir shops, as well as a restaurant. Enter into the apartment that is open to the public to see what living there was like. A museum detailing the history of the buildings is open seasonally. To visit Krameramtswohnungen (Flats for Small Trader's Guild) on your holiday in Hamburg, and find out what else Hamburg has to offer, use our Hamburg vacation planner.
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  • Completely hidden, they are the former homes of the widow, a visit is worthwhile in any case, a hidden gem.
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  • Vice after visiting Michel in this geschichtsträchtigte street of the former apartments of the widow. Worth a visit...
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  • Narrow street "vdovušek Street". Earlier, widows without children lived after the death of seafarers, which remained without inheritance. Interesting small houses, where at present there are various souvenir and other shops.
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