Alter Hafen

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  • miwecom

    Around the old harbor there are several nice restaurants with squares by the water.

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    • 15 luglio 2015

  • Siegfried LG

    The old treading cranes are symbols of the old Hanse ports. This is an original replica, but without internal mechanics. On the other hand, it is preserved in the Lüneburg crane.At the Hansehafen a pedal crane was built in 1977 on the model of the Lüneburg Old Crane at the former location of the Stader salt crane from 1661, but without the internal mechanics. The dilapidated original had been demolished in 1898.
    Source: Wikipedia
    Even if it is a replica, gives this old waterfront the right flair.

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    • 19 marzo 2017

  • JR56

    Only a few years after the advent of the first harbor cranes Stade also got a pedal crane. He stood directly by the quay wall of the harbor. This had already been expanded in 1300 and had received its unchanged form to this day.The crane was first mentioned in writing in 1337. By 1659, until the big city fire, it hoisted tons of shiploads ashore. Historic city views suggest that the treadwheel was attached to the outside. In it ran the Krantreter to set the lifting chains in motion.The goods were then weighed in the city balance. Today there is a wine shop in the building. It was built after the city fire, previously stood here two houses.As early as 1661, a new crane was replaced by the spent freight train. It was built of oak, covered with shingles and had a swivel arm and an internal pedal wheel, "which is brought into the turn by appearance", so a source of the 19th century.Not fire, but humans made the building 1878 the end. It had to give way to a road extension. Before the demolition an opinion about the condition of the crane had been created. According to this, he was able to lift 4.1 tons.In 1977, the current crane was built on the initiative of the Stader Rotary Club. It is identical to the Lüneburg pedal crane, but not rotatable. Instead of the wheel, he houses an exhibition on the history of the port and its crane.stadtgeschichte.museen-stade.de/seiten-fuer-qr-links/7-holzkran

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    • 1 luglio 2019

  • Siegfried LG

    As quasi Lüneburger I was impressed by the old town in Stade, especially the old port is more imposing than ours. But we also have such an old crane. An impressive collection of pictures, which also shows the new harbor city of Stade.

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    • 28 dicembre 2016

  • Smokey und Pia

    Beautiful, quaint old town with many attractions and cafes. Worth a journey.

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    • 20 ottobre 2018

  • Nancy 😗 🥾🚶‍♀️⛰ 🚴‍♀️

    The old pedal crane is located at the Fisch Ost water market and is also a historical highlight of Stade. In the run-up to Christmas, stories are read out inside for the children and then it looks very cozy.

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    • 15 febbraio 2020

  • JR56

    The port and trading town of Stade on the Elbe river Schwinge already looks back on more than 1000 years of history. To this day, Stade is the economic and cultural center of the holiday region Altes Land am Elbstrom and the district of Stade. Danish and Swedish rule left their mark. The Museum Schwedenspeicher am Hansehafen still bears witness to the Swedish era.
    Already in the past, Stades Hansehafen was the economic heart of the Hanseatic city and trade in products from all over the world flourished. Today the harbor presents itself with cafes, restaurants and inviting seats directly at the water. In addition to beautiful half-timbered houses, the award-winning and interactive "Museum Schwedenspeicher - Hansemuseum mit Schatzkammer" Schwedenspeicher Museum, the Bürgermeister-Hintze-Haus with its unusual Renaissance façade and the historic wooden crane at the fish market. The brick-red old town invites you to take a walk through medieval alleys.
    Along the pedestrian zone, the many ornate half-timbered and merchant houses line up like pearls on a chain. In the Hanseatic town of Stade you can shop wonderfully - larger and smaller shops leave no shopping wishes open.
    urlaubsregion-altesland.de/urlaubsorte/maritime-hansestaedte/hansestadt-stade.html

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    • 29 giugno 2019

  • Nancy 😗 🥾🚶‍♀️⛰ 🚴‍♀️

    At the fish market you sometimes feel like you are in a different century.

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    • 13 febbraio 2020

  • JR56

    The Renaissance facade of the Bürgermeister-Hintze-Haus (left) is one of the city's most beautiful buildings in the street "Am Wasser West". Immediately to the left (with the house number 21) is the provided with the double gable green "Goeben House", Here was born in 1816 the Prussian General August Karl von Goeben.nefershapiland.de/stade.htm

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    • 1 luglio 2019

  • Zimmi

    Without this crane, the waterfront would not have that flair!

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    • 28 settembre 2019

  • Treteselber

    Inside the crane there is a lot of information about the port and the city of Stade.

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    • 31 marzo 2020

  • Nancy 😗 🥾🚶‍♀️⛰ 🚴‍♀️

    The small Stadermoor harbor takes you back to an earlier century.

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    • 29 giugno 2020

  • Nancy 😗 🥾🚶‍♀️⛰ 🚴‍♀️

    One of the oldest houses in Stad and also intended as a photo motif.

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    • 29 giugno 2020

  • Nancy 😗 🥾🚶‍♀️⛰ 🚴‍♀️

    A district of Stade with a journey back in time to an earlier century.

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    • 4 luglio 2020

  • JR56

    Only a few years after the advent of the first harbor cranes Stade also got a pedal crane. He stood directly by the quay wall of the harbor. This had already been expanded in 1300 and had received its unchanged form to this day.The crane was first mentioned in writing in 1337. By 1659, until the big city fire, it hoisted tons of shiploads ashore. Historic city views suggest that the treadwheel was attached to the outside. In it ran the Krantreter to set the lifting chains in motion.The goods were then weighed in the city balance. Today there is a wine shop in the building. It was built after the city fire, previously stood here two houses.As early as 1661, a new crane was replaced by the spent freight train. It was built of oak, covered with shingles and had a swivel arm and an internal pedal wheel, "which is brought into the turn by appearance", so a source of the 19th century.Not fire, but humans made the building 1878 the end. It had to give way to a road extension. Before the demolition an opinion about the condition of the crane had been created. According to this, he was able to lift 4.1 tons.In 1977, the current crane was built on the initiative of the Stader Rotary Club. It is identical to the Lüneburg pedal crane, but not rotatable. Instead of the wheel, he houses an exhibition on the history of the port and its crane.stadtgeschichte.museen-stade.de/seiten-fuer-qr-links/7-holzkran

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    • 1 luglio 2019

  • JR56

    Giekewer "Willi" with mirrored rear: length of hull 11.50 m; Width 3.50 mThe Giekewer "Willy", which was built in 1926 in Moorrege on the Pinnau, north of Hamburg in the Jacobs shipyard, forms a beautiful memory of the past days of the old Hanseatic port. The word "Ewer" comes from the Low German linguistic usage and means "Einfahrer", d. H. these ships had only one man crew. The name refers to the Gaffelgeegelung with a Giekbaum.The "Riet-Ewer" was designed to transport products from the Haseldorfer Außendeichsgebiete and was used for four decades as a motor cargo ship in the Haseldorfer March and used commercially until 1962. In the year 2000, 13 Stader citizens collected 65,000 DM and acquired the Gíekewer, in order to then transfer it to the city of Stade. Today, the ship from the association Alter Hafen Stade e. V. maintained.The "Giekewer" (single-masted Ewer) were suitable as a flat-bottomed ship specifically for transporting cargo through the Wadden Sea and other shallow waters and did not remain in the mud due to their starboard and port side sabers. The side swords could be left partially or completely in the water if necessary.nefershapiland.de/stade.htm

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    • 1 luglio 2019

  • Nancy 😗 🥾🚶‍♀️⛰ 🚴‍♀️

    The area around Stade has numerous bicycle routes.

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    • 30 agosto 2020

  • JR56

    This beautiful highlight is unfortunately wrongly positioned - it is located a little further east ...

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    • 1 luglio 2019

  • Andreas Feldkeller

    Beautiful place to end the day

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    • 29 giugno 2020

  • Lois & Rita

    Stade is a very beautiful city and always worth a trip

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    • 24 agosto 2020

  • Jknord

    life pulsates around the old harbor

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    • 13 settembre 2020

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