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24.05.2019
NEUERSCHEINUNG: Archiv aus Stein / Band 6: Sefaraditas em Hamburgo / Sefarad in Hamburg
17.05.2019
Faltblatt "Geförderte Denkmäler 2018" der Stiftung Denkmalpflege Hamburg erschienen
 

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HAMBURG PRESERVATION FOUNDATION

About us

Established in 1978 by the city of Hamburg as an incorporated foundation in civil law and recognized as a non-profit organisation, the Hamburg Monument Foundation is engaged in active monument preservation and maintenance. Numerous buildings valuable for the history of the city have already been acquired and restored. The revenue from rental income and from donations is utilised for new projects. In addition, the Foundation issues pertinent publications, arranges exhibitions, lectures, monument fairs and the Heritage Day.  

Main aims of the Foundation

  • Acquisition, reconditioning and exemplary restoration of its own buildings
  • Subsidies for various monument projects and generating of the necessary funds for this purpose
  • Publications on Hamburg’s cultural monuments
  • PR work to raise awareness the preservation of the historical face of the city

The locale of the Foundation is the last section of street spared from demolition in the former Gängeviertel / Waywalk district at the corner of Bäckerbreitergang and Dragonerstall. The buildings owned by the Foundation comprise a core of genuine Hamburg architectural culture of previous centuries, patterned after the National Trust in Great Britain: they extend from the Bäckerbreitergang (Bakers’ Broadway), via the Fontenay Houses and the Chancellor’s House in Harburg to the Holländermühle (Dutch Mill) in Bergedorf.


 
 

Die Stiftung Denkmalpflege Hamburg wurde im Jahr 2000 ausgezeichnet von der größten Fachmesse denkmal mit der Goldmedaille für herausragende Leistungen in der Denkmalpflege in Europa gemeinsam mit dem Nationalmuseum Warschau für hervorragende restauratorische Leistungen im Kontext deutsch-polnischer Zusammenarbeit.

 
 

THE JEWISH CEMETERY IN ALTONA

The Jewish Cemetery in Altona is over 400 years old and the candidate of the city of Hamburg for recognition as UNESCO World Heritage site. The Hamburg Monument Foundation has constructed a visitors’ centre, maintains regular opening hours and organises tours by qualified guides.

 
 

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