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Since 2005, Brahms Kontor means a office building at the Johannes-Brahms-Platz in Hamburg Neustadt , which from 1903 to 1931 in several phases from the German National Retail Clerks Association was established. The last 1927-1931 resulting 55 meters high skyscraper with 15 floors at the time was the tallest secular building in Hamburg. From about 1965 to 2005 it was called DAG House. Since 2003, the complex is a listed building.
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