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@lebe.bunt

lebe.bunt
Ein Tag am Meer 🎵 Oder auch Kunst findet man überall @moona_hamburg 😊 •
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Gestern auf'm Familienausflug gefunden, direkt an unserem Platz unter der Seebrücke. Das 2te ist aber aus Hamburg. •
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Wünsche Euch allen einen schönen entspannten sonnigen Tag 🙏🌞🌻
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3 66 20 hours ago
Ein tag am meer 🎵 oder auch kunst findet man überall @moona_hamburg 😊 •


gestern auf'm familienausflug gefunden, direkt an unserem platz unter der seebrücke. das 2te ist aber aus hamburg. •


wünsche euch allen einen schönen entspannten sonnigen tag 🙏🌞🌻
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#keintagohnekunst #wirentdeckenhamburg #hhexp #hamburg #sharinghamburg #entdeckehamburg #deutschlanbleibtbunt #streetartfotografie #graffitiandstreet #bringtmehrfarbeineuerleben #streetarthistory #nachtaktiv #streetart #streetartandgraffiti #streetartporn #reclaimthestreets #streetarthamburg #urbanarthunter #artupyourlife #streetartschoolhamburg #streetartdeutschland #seebrücke #seelebaumelnlassen #timmendorferstrand #moona #moonokis #hamburgstreetart

@efoto_hamburg

efoto_hamburg
Hamburg ganz klein: Im Foyer des Verwaltungsbaus in der Neuenfelder Straße 19, wird ein Modell unserer Stadt im Maßstab 1:500 ausgestellt. Es zeigt bestehende Bausubstanz aber auch geplante Neubauten und kann im Sommer jeden Tag besichtigt werden.

Fotograf: Gerd Hachmann, Aufnahmedatum: 22.06.2016, Bildquelle: Landesbetrieb Geoinformation und Vermessung, Lizenz: govdata 2.0

#scalemodel #scalemodelsworld #hamburg #hamburg_de #hamburgentdecken #wonderlusthamburg #hamburghistorisch #modellbau #stadtplanung #efotohamburg #hamburgscapes #hamburgmeinestadt #igershamburg #hamburgcity #hamburgerecken #meinhamburg #wirentdeckenhamburg #hamburgliebe #hamburglove #hamburggram
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Hamburg ganz klein: im foyer des verwaltungsbaus in der neuenfelder straße 19, wird ein modell unserer stadt im maßstab 1:500 ausgestellt. es zeigt bestehende bausubstanz aber auch geplante neubauten und kann im sommer jeden tag besichtigt werden.

fotograf: gerd hachmann, aufnahmedatum: 22.06.2016, bildquelle: landesbetrieb geoinformation und vermessung, lizenz: govdata 2.0

#scalemodel #scalemodelsworld #hamburg #hamburg_de #hamburgentdecken #wonderlusthamburg #hamburghistorisch #modellbau #stadtplanung #efotohamburg #hamburgscapes #hamburgmeinestadt #igershamburg #hamburgcity #hamburgerecken #meinhamburg #wirentdeckenhamburg #hamburgliebe #hamburglove #hamburggram

@maritimesmuseum

maritimesmuseum
The SS France, Part II: The SS Norway.
Yesterday we left the France inactive and moored in Le Havre in 1974. This situation went on for 4 years and saddened a part of the French population, that had identified with the ship as a national symbol. A reflection of this can be heard in the bitter ballad “Le France” by popular singer-songwriter Michel Sardou. After several failed plans to sell the ship, it was finally bought by the company Norwegian Caribbean Line in 1979. The France was to become the Norway, the largest cruise ship of her time. She was the first and only transatlantic supership to ever become exclusively a luxury cruise ship. The extensive renovations and modifications took place at the Lloyd shipyard in Bremerhaven between 1979 and 1980.
Before the Norway did her maiden voyage from Oslo to Miami, there were doubts in the industry about the viability of a cruise ship of her size and shape. But not only the Norway was a success, she actually pushed her competition to build lager ships. To keep up with other ships she was refitted several times, even getting two new decks above the superstructure in 1990. Already in the late 1990s she started having technical problems. This ended in tragedy on the 25th of May 2003: a severe boiler explosion while the ship was docked in Miami killed 8 members of the crew and injured 17. The ship was brought back to Bremerhaven and decommissioned in 2004. Then started a complicated process to sell the ship for scrapping: environmental laws prohibited her to leave Germany for a foreign scrap yard due to the presence of asbestos in her structure. In this process she was berated SS Blue Lady in 2006. After legal battles and irregularities, the ship was beached for scrapping in Alang, Gujarat, India. The process of scrapping lasted until late 2008 and some pieces of the legendary ship were auctioned. The tip of her bow is on display at the Port de la Grenelle, Paris, since 2009.
This is the end of the story of the France and Norway, an iconic ship whose existence is a perfect example for the evolution of maritime passenger transportation during the second half of the 20th Century.
35 1,095 2 days ago
The ss france, part ii: the ss norway.
yesterday we left the france inactive and moored in le havre in 1974. this situation went on for 4 years and saddened a part of the french population, that had identified with the ship as a national symbol. a reflection of this can be heard in the bitter ballad “le france” by popular singer-songwriter michel sardou. after several failed plans to sell the ship, it was finally bought by the company norwegian caribbean line in 1979. the france was to become the norway, the largest cruise ship of her time. she was the first and only transatlantic supership to ever become exclusively a luxury cruise ship. the extensive renovations and modifications took place at the lloyd shipyard in bremerhaven between 1979 and 1980.
before the norway did her maiden voyage from oslo to miami, there were doubts in the industry about the viability of a cruise ship of her size and shape. but not only the norway was a success, she actually pushed her competition to build lager ships. to keep up with other ships she was refitted several times, even getting two new decks above the superstructure in 1990. already in the late 1990s she started having technical problems. this ended in tragedy on the 25th of may 2003: a severe boiler explosion while the ship was docked in miami killed 8 members of the crew and injured 17. the ship was brought back to bremerhaven and decommissioned in 2004. then started a complicated process to sell the ship for scrapping: environmental laws prohibited her to leave germany for a foreign scrap yard due to the presence of asbestos in her structure. in this process she was berated ss blue lady in 2006. after legal battles and irregularities, the ship was beached for scrapping in alang, gujarat, india. the process of scrapping lasted until late 2008 and some pieces of the legendary ship were auctioned. the tip of her bow is on display at the port de la grenelle, paris, since 2009.
this is the end of the story of the france and norway, an iconic ship whose existence is a perfect example for the evolution of maritime passenger transportation during the second half of the 20th century.

@maritimesmuseum

maritimesmuseum
The SS France, Part I:
“Le France” was ordered by the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique in 1956, built at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique in Saint-Nazaire and christened in 1960 in the presence of French President Charles de Gaulle. Her construction was actually a matter of state and had to overcome parts of the Assemmblée Nationale (French parliament) strongly opposing the public funding of such a large and expensive ship. Nevertheless, the French built their answer to the SS United States (1952) and the concurrence of @cunardline , that already had plans for a modern ocean liner - that will become the Queen Elisabeth 2 (1969).
The SS France was the longest passenger ship ever built and she will keep that record until the Queen Mary 2 started her duty in 2004. Still, she was smaller than the last French giant of the seas, the SS Normandie. The reason for that is that the growing prices of oil and the popularization of intercontinental flights had risen doubts about the rentability of great ocean liners in the future. Both forecasted problem will finally cause the downfall of ocean liners as an industry in the years to come. 
The SS France made her maiden voyage to New York in 1962. In December that year she carried Leonardo’s Moral Lisa to an American tour the painting did. She would do the line between Le Havre and New York for over 12 years. While the ship kept her status as a national symbol for the French, the above mentioned problems would make her more and more dependent on subventions from the state. Her winter cruises were quite popular but, in the early 1970s many smaller cruise ships that could cross the Panamá and Suez Canals were built. This concurrence and the dire Oil Crisis of 1973 became deadly for the ship. The French government decided in 1974 to stop subsidizing the France and invest in the supersonic airliner Concorde.
The crew went on a strike to try to keep the SS France in duty, in vain. The ship was moored in Le Havre and decommissioned.
But this was not to be her end. Join us tomorrow for part II of the story.
This highly detailed waterline miniature in a scale of 1:1250 is part of our exhibition on deck 9 of the museum.
36 1,071 3 days ago
The ss france, part i:
“le france” was ordered by the compagnie générale transatlantique in 1956, built at the chantiers de l’atlantique in saint-nazaire and christened in 1960 in the presence of french president charles de gaulle. her construction was actually a matter of state and had to overcome parts of the assemmblée nationale (french parliament) strongly opposing the public funding of such a large and expensive ship. nevertheless, the french built their answer to the ss united states (1952) and the concurrence of @cunardline , that already had plans for a modern ocean liner - that will become the queen elisabeth 2 (1969).
the ss france was the longest passenger ship ever built and she will keep that record until the queen mary 2 started her duty in 2004. still, she was smaller than the last french giant of the seas, the ss normandie. the reason for that is that the growing prices of oil and the popularization of intercontinental flights had risen doubts about the rentability of great ocean liners in the future. both forecasted problem will finally cause the downfall of ocean liners as an industry in the years to come.
the ss france made her maiden voyage to new york in 1962. in december that year she carried leonardo’s moral lisa to an american tour the painting did. she would do the line between le havre and new york for over 12 years. while the ship kept her status as a national symbol for the french, the above mentioned problems would make her more and more dependent on subventions from the state. her winter cruises were quite popular but, in the early 1970s many smaller cruise ships that could cross the panamá and suez canals were built. this concurrence and the dire oil crisis of 1973 became deadly for the ship. the french government decided in 1974 to stop subsidizing the france and invest in the supersonic airliner concorde.
the crew went on a strike to try to keep the ss france in duty, in vain. the ship was moored in le havre and decommissioned.
but this was not to be her end. join us tomorrow for part ii of the story.
this highly detailed waterline miniature in a scale of 1:1250 is part of our exhibition on deck 9 of the museum.

@maerzblume

maerzblume
Bereits am vergangenen Donnerstag hatten wir die Möglichkeit, in der Handwerkskammer Hamburg hinter sonst verschlossenen Türen zu gucken. Ganz lieben Dank an @hamburgafterwork für den tollen Walk, an die @hwkhamburg für’s Öffnen besagter Türen und an Carsten @lehmandowski für’s Zeigen und Erklären.
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23 155 3 days ago
Bereits am vergangenen donnerstag hatten wir die möglichkeit, in der handwerkskammer hamburg hinter sonst verschlossenen türen zu gucken. ganz lieben dank an @hamburgafterwork für den tollen walk, an die @hwkhamburg für’s öffnen besagter türen und an carsten @lehmandowski für’s zeigen und erklären.
#handwerkskammerhamburg #hwkhh #instawalkhwk
#hamburgafterwork #archi_features
#architecture_view
#architecture_greatshots
#architecture
#architecturephotography
#architecturelovers
#architectureporn
#tv_buildings
#tv_architectural
#srs_buildings
#fineart_architecture