Theaters of Hamburg Photos

Hamburg hosts several elaborate theaters: German Theater (Deutsches Schauspielhaus) (1899-1900); Laeiszhalle (1908); Biebehaus (early 20thC); Thalia Theater (1911-12); StaatsOper (1955).

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German Theater in St. Georg Quarter behind main rail station. Hamburg, Germany.Dome & statues atop German Theater. Hamburg, Germany.Roof top statue inscribed "A Home for the Muses" at German Theater. Hamburg, Germany.Statues & pillars in relief on facade at German Theater. Hamburg, Germany.
German Theater (Deutsches Schauspielhaus) (1899-1900) in St. Georg Quarter behind main rail station. Hamburg, Germany. Architect: Ferdinand Fellner, Hermann Helmer.Dome & statues atop German Theater (1899-1900). Hamburg, Germany.Roof top statue inscribed "A Home for the Muses" at German Theater. Hamburg, Germany.Statues & pillars in relief on facade at German Theater. Hamburg, Germany.
German Theater with awning over entrance. Hamburg, Germany.Roof top statue inscribed "A Place for Art" at German Theater. Hamburg, Germany.Laeiszhalle formerly Musikhalle Hamburg now used for more intimate works of classical repertoire near Gänsemarkt U-Bahn station. Hamburg, Germany.Laeiszhalle concert venue on Johannes-Brahms-Platz. Hamburg, Germany.
German Theater with awning over entrance. Hamburg, Germany.Roof top statue inscribed "A Place for Art" at German Theater. Hamburg, Germany.Laeiszhalle formerly Musikhalle Hamburg (1908) now used for more intimate works of classical repertoire near Gänsemarkt U-Bahn station. Hamburg, Germany. Style: Baroque Revival. Architect: Martin Haller & Wilhelm Emil Meerwein.Laeiszhalle concert venue on Johannes-Brahms-Platz. Hamburg, Germany.
Decorative elements on roofline of Laeiszhalle concert venue. Hamburg, Germany.Homage to Brahms cube sculpture showing Brahms at a different age on each side by Thomas Darboven outside Laeiszhalle on Johannes-Brahms-Platz. Hamburg, Germany.Biebehaus home of the Ohnsorg-Theater. Hamburg, Germany.Atlas figures supporting overhang at Bieberhaus entrance. Hamburg, Germany.
Decorative elements on roofline of Laeiszhalle concert venue. Hamburg, Germany.Homage to Brahms cube sculpture (1981) showing Brahms at a different age on each side by Thomas Darboven outside Laeiszhalle on Johannes-Brahms-Platz. Hamburg, Germany.Biebehaus (early 20thC) home of the Ohnsorg-Theater. Hamburg, Germany. Architect: Rambatz & Jollasse.Atlas figures supporting overhang at Bieberhaus entrance. Hamburg, Germany.
Thalia Theater named after muse Thalia, still active state-owned theater established in 1843 in Europa Passage Alstertor. Hamburg, Germany.StaatsOper. Hamburg, Germany.StaatsOper. Hamburg, Germany.
Thalia Theater (1911-12) named after muse Thalia, still active state-owned theater established in 1843 in Europa Passage Alstertor. Hamburg, Germany. Architect: Werner Lund & George Kallmorgen.StaatsOper (1955) (Große Theaterstraße 27, near Gänsemarkt). Hamburg, Germany.StaatsOper (1955) (Große Theaterstraße 27, near Gänsemarkt). Hamburg, Germany.

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