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Literally implying 'miniature wonderland', Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg is the world’s largest toy or model railway assembly. It is located in the historic Speicherstadt district of the city. This state-of-the-art exhibit comprises 1300 trains, over 10000 carriages, 100000 moving vehicles, 500000 lights, 130000 trees, and 400000 human figurines. Miniatur Wunderland is spread over 15400 meters of tracks divided into 9 sections like Harz (a fictitious city), the Alps, Austria, Hamburg, America, Scandinavia, Switzerland, a replica of the Hamburg Airport and Italy.
Kunsthalle Hamburg is one of the largest museums in Germany. It is focally known for a remarkable collection of European artworks of last 700 years. This museum’s permanent exhibition revolves around 14th century German paintings, paintings by 16th and 17th century Dutch and Italian artists, French and German drawings and some international contemporary artworks. Some notable highlights here are those related to Old Masters, 19th century Art, Modern and Contemporary Art.
Hauptkirche Sankt Michaelis (or St. Michael's Church)
St. Michael's Church (also called Michel) is the largest church in Hamburg and one of the city’s five prominent Lutheran churches. Dedicated to the Archangel Michael, this 18th century church is one of the finest Hanseatic Protestant Baroque churches in Germany. Its 132-meter high copper-tipped Baroque spire has beautifully dominated the city’s skyline and the riverside of Elbe for centuries. St. Michael's Church is also identified with its large bronze statue that stands above the church and depicts St. Michael overpowering the devil.
Museum fur Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (or Museum of Art and Design Hamburg)
The Museum of Art and Design Hamburg is a visitor’s delight for its top notch collection of fine, applied and decorative arts in Hamburg. The museum was founded in 1874 and was built to appear like Victoria and Albert Museum in London. It is focally known for its 18th century keyboard instruments, some 400-year old porcelain items, 71 tile fragments from the nearly 700-year old mausoleum of Buyan Quli Khan, a 500-year old carpet, a collection of Art Nouveau furniture and exhibits and some selected Expressionist and Baroque artworks.