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Hamburg Harbour Birthday (33)

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Sailing ships and boats take part in the entry parade for the 830th Hamburg harbour birthday. The Elbphilharmonie can be seen in the background. Photo: Daniel Reinhardt/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Sailing ships and boats take part in the entry parade for the 830th Hamburg harbour birthday. The Elbphilharmonie can be seen in the background. Photo: Daniel Reinhardt/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Sailing ships and boats take part in the entry parade for the 830th Hamburg harbour birthday. The Elbphilharmonie can be seen in the background. Photo: Daniel Reinhardt/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Visitors of the harbour birthday stroll along the sales stands at the landing bridges. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Axel Heimken/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Ships sail along the Elbe before the landing bridges. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Axel Heimken/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Ships sail along the Elbe before the landing bridges. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Axel Heimken/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Sailing ships and boats take part in the entry parade for the 830th Hamburg harbour birthday. The Elbphilharmonie can be seen in the background. Photo: Daniel Reinhardt/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Sailing ships and boats take part in the entry parade for the 830th Hamburg harbour birthday. The Elbphilharmonie can be seen in the background. Photo: Daniel Reinhardt/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Sailing ships and boats take part in the entry parade for the 830th Hamburg harbour birthday. The Elbphilharmonie can be seen in the background. Photo: Daniel Reinhardt/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Sailing ships and boats take part in the entry parade for the 830th Hamburg harbour birthday. The Elbphilharmonie can be seen in the background. Photo: Daniel Reinhardt/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Sailing ships and boats take part in the entry parade for the 830th Hamburg harbour birthday. The Elbphilharmonie can be seen in the background. Photo: Daniel Reinhardt/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Sailing ships and boats take part in the entry parade for the 830th Hamburg harbour birthday. The Elbphilharmonie can be seen in the background. Photo: Daniel Reinhardt/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Ships sail along the Elbe before the landing bridges. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Axel Heimken/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Visitors to the harbour birthday party watch the ships anchoring at the jetties. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Axel Heimken/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Historic sailing ships pass by the landing bridges. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Axel Heimken/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Visitors to the harbour birthday party watch the traditional ships passing by from the landing stages. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Axel Heimken/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Visitors are standing on the jetties at the harbour. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Axel Heimken/dpa

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10 May 2019, Bavaria, Nuremberg: A topping-out crown hangs on a construction crane at the topping-out ceremony for the branch of the Deutsches Museum. Photo: Daniel Karmann/dpa

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10 May 2019, Bavaria, Nuremberg: A topping-out crown hangs on a construction crane at the topping-out ceremony for the branch of the Deutsches Museum. Photo: Daniel Karmann/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Visitors to the harbour's birthday party can see the ships anchored at the jetties, including the Alexander von Humboldt II. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Axel Heimken/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Visitors of the harbour birthday stroll along the sales stands at the landing bridges. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Axel Heimken/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Ships sail along the Elbe before the landing bridges. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Axel Heimken/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Visitors to the harbour birthday party watch the ships anchoring at the jetties. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Axel Heimken/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Gingerbread hearts hang at the stalls on the landing stages. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Axel Heimken/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Police patrol through the crowds at the jetties. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Axel Heimken/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: Visitors of the harbour birthday stroll along the sales stands at the landing bridges. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Axel Heimken/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: A showman painted with gold paint sits at the jetties. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Axel Heimken/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: A showman painted with gold paint sits at the jetties. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Axel Heimken/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: The museum ships Bleichen (l) and Cap San Diego (r) sail on the Elbe during the entry parade of the harbour birthday. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Bodo Marks/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: The cruise ship Astor sails on the Elbe during the entry parade of the harbour birthday. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Bodo Marks/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: The museum ship Cap San Diego (r) and other ships sail on the Elbe during the entry parade of the harbour birthday. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Bodo Marks/dpa

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dpatop - 10 May 2019, Hamburg: Sailing ships and boats take part in the entry parade for the 830th Hamburg harbour birthday. The Elbphilharmonie can be seen in the background. Photo: Daniel Reinhardt/dpa

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10 May 2019, Hamburg: The sailing ship Alexander von Humboldt II sails on the Elbe during the entry parade of the harbour birthday. The 830th Hamburg Harbour Birthday has begun. The people of Hamburg regard 7 May 1189 as the birthday of their port - at that time the citizens of Hamburg were granted duty-free access for their ships on the Elbe from the city to the North Sea. It is considered the world's largest harbour festival. Photo: Bodo Marks/dpa