Port of Hamburg (2)

More maritime and water-inspired pictures from the amazing City of Hamburg!

Take me to Your Port! Image Source: Basil Karatzas

Take me to Your Port! Image Source: Basil Karatzas

And your Beautiful Ships! Image source: Basil Karatzas

And your Beautiful Ships! Image source: Basil Karatzas

Ships everywhere! Image source: Basil Karatzas

Ships everywhere! Image source: Basil Karatzas

Ships are part of the City's Architecture. Image source: Basil Karatzas

Ships are part of the City’s Architecture. Image source: Basil Karatzas

Trading Ships with their Sails full! Image source: Basil Karatzas

Trading Ships with their Sails full! Image source: Basil Karatzas

And, One More! Image source: Basil Karatzas

And, One More! Image source: Basil Karatzas

Every Shipping Company's Building Should Have a Facade like this! Image source: Basil Karatzas

Every Shipping Company’s Building Should Have a Facade like this! Image source: Basil Karatzas

Just One of Hamburg's 2,300 Bridges! Image source: Basil Karatzas

Just One of Hamburg’s 2,300 Bridges! Image source: Basil Karatzas

And, One More Bridge! Image source: Basil Karatzas

And, One More Bridge! Image source: Basil Karatzas

For the Canals that Bind the City! Image source: Basil Karatzas

For the Canals that Bind the City! Image source: Basil Karatzas

Canal upstream Speicherstadt (Old Warehouse District) Image source: Basil Karatzas

Canal upstream Speicherstadt (Old Warehouse District) Image source: Basil Karatzas

Canals reaching Hamburg's Downtown. Image source: Basil Karatzas

Canals reaching Hamburg’s Downtown. Image source: Basil Karatzas

Nighttime has a special feel in Hamburg! Image source: Basil Karatzas

Nighttime has a special feel in Hamburg! Image source: Basil Karatzas

Figurehead of Windjammer Rickmer Rickmers. Image source: Basil Karatzas

Figurehead of Windjammer Rickmer Rickmers. Image source: Basil Karatzas

Hamburg's Port at Night! Image source: Basil Karatzas

Hamburg’s Port at Night! Image source: Basil Karatzas

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