Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany. Diverse, large-scale, full of energy, luxurious in the center, green on the outskirts, countless ships and cranes in the port, bridges over the canals, Hamburg attracts thousands of tourists every day.
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The city was unlucky: in 845, Hamburg was burned by the Vikings. Over the next 300 years, it burned and rebuilt eight times. In 1842, a three-day fire destroyed more than a quarter of the city. With the expansion of the port territory in the 1880s. part of the old building was destroyed. During the Second World War, 55 thousand people died in the city. More than half of the houses, 80% of port facilities and 40% of industrial enterprises turned into heaps of stones. Is it any wonder that there are almost no medieval monuments left in Hamburg?
Buses run on city streets, the engines of which burn hydrogen; such cars do not pollute the air at all. Hamburg has 70 bike storage and rental stations. In 2011, the city was awarded the title of European Capital for Environmental Protection.