Neighbourhood profile: Hamburg-Bergedorf
Compared to the other districts, the Bergedorf district in Hamburg is the one with the smallest number of inhabitants on the largest area. In addition, it has many green and farmland areas and therefore offers a comparatively rural atmosphere. It is not for nothing that Bergedorf is considered the greenest district and bears the nickname "Garden of Hamburg", because here you have dreamlike landscapes and natural idylls right on your doorstep. In addition, the region has a long history and has managed to retain much of its original character. For example, the first railway line in northern Germany, the Hamburg-Bergedorf Railway, was opened here. This history is kept alive today in the form of a museum railway. Those who live in Bergedorf enjoy a high quality of life with local recreation areas right on their doorstep. Nature lovers, hikers and those seeking recreation as well as families get their money's worth here.
130,994 (as of December 31, 2020)
846 inhabitants / km²
Castle in Hamburg-Bergedorf
Bergedorfer Schloss is the only preserved castle in the Hamburg city area.
Star Observatory in Hamburg-Bergedorf
The historic research observatory has been located in Hamburg-Bergedorf since 1909.
Kaiser Wilhelm Monument
There are several historical monuments to discover in Hamburg-Bergedorf.
Railway Museum in Hamburg-Bergedorf
Museum railway events with historic locomotives take place on six weekends a year.
Historic grain water mill
Visit this historical sight in Hamburg-Bergedorf.
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