the Alster is a 56 kilometer long tributary of the Elbe and flows through southern Holstein and Hamburg. The best known and most striking part of the Alster is the Alstersee, which is formed by the Binnenalster and Außenalster in the inner-city area of Hamburg. The development around the Binnenalster is often characterized by white facades and copper-covered roofs of Wilhelminian office and commercial buildings.


This picture was taken at the height of Harvestehuder Weg, where the Angelo German Club is located.


Photo: Canon AE-1 Program ILFORD HP 5

Außenalster Hamburg

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