Hamburg-Mitte, Hamburg


Hamburg-Mitte is one of the seven boroughs of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Germany, covering most of the city's urban center. The quarters Hamburg-Altstadt and Neustadt are the historic origin of Hamburg. In 2016 the population was 301,550.HistoryIn 1937 several settlements, villages and rural areas were passed into Hamburg enforced by the Greater Hamburg Act.On March 1, 2008 due to a law of Hamburg, the quarter Wilhelmsburg was transferred from the borough Harburg. The neighborhood HafenCity was formed from parts of the quarters Klostertor, Altstadt and Rothenburgsort. The other part of Klostertor was transferred to Hammerbrook. From small parts of the borough Hamburg-Mitte the neighborhood Sternschanze was created as a quarter in the borough Altona.GeographyThe borough severs Hamburg from the east to the west. In 2006, according to the statistical office of Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein, Hamburg-Mitte has a total area of 107.1km².SubdivisionsHamburg-Mitte consists of the quarters Billbrook, Billstedt, Borgfelde, Finkenwerder, HafenCity, Hamburg-Altstadt, Hamburg-Hamm, Hammerbrook, Horn, Kleiner Grasbrook, Neustadt, Neuwerk, Rothenburgsort, St. Georg, St. Pauli, Steinwerder, Veddel, Waltershof and Wilhelmsburg.




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