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Die AfD darf nach Angaben der Veranstalter nicht mit einem Stand, einem Wagen oder als Gruppe bei der schwul-lesbischen Parade zum Christopher Street...

"RBB Queer" heißt die neue Reihe des RBB. Dabei laufen bis Mitte September wöchentliche insgesamt neun Filme mit schwul-lesbischer Thematik oder...

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Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg (Low German/Low Saxon: Hamborg [ˈhaˑmbɔːx]), is a city state territory of Germany and with nearly 1.8 million inhabitants, the second largest city in Germany, eighth largest city in the European Union, as well as largest none-capital city of the member states. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamburg)

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... Hamburg hails as one of the most beloved travel destinations for tourists in Germany. Attractions include the Innercity, the Port of Hamburg and its piers, the “sinful Mile” on the Reeperbahn in St. Pauli, and even the plentiful construction sites which the city is known for. Seasonal events and occasions include the “Hafengeburtstag” (translated harbour birthday), the fish market in Altona, “der Hamburg Dom” (a re-occuring carnival), “der Schlagermove”(schlager being a form of music), as well as the Christopher Street Day parade which belongs to a 3-day lesbian/gay festival that takes place every year in Hamburg. As the 3rd most important city for musicals worldwide, hamburg is home to 60 Theaters, with such works as The Lion King, and 60 Museums, including internationally known Galleries such as the Hamburg Art Gallery (Hamburger Kunsthalle) and the Buverius Art Forum (Bucerius Kunst Forum). Important trade shows like the Hanseboot or the INTERNORGA appear regularly. Hamburg also plays an important roll in supporting sports with the Hamburger SV and FC St. Pauli soccer teams, the Vattenfall Cyclassic cyling team, as well as hosting the international German tennis championships, Germany’s Spring-Derby, and the Hamburg Marathon.

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