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Old Elbe Tunnel or St. Pauli Elbe Tunnel.
When the Elbtunnel was opened in 1911 it was a technical sensation – today it is a nostalgic and lovingly maintained piece of Hamburg history. The distinctive rectangular dome structure at St. Pauli-Landungsbrücken is home to the operating machines and four large lifts which have been transporting people and vehicles through the 426.5 meter long tunnel underneath the Elbe River, through the two beautifully tiled tunnels both 6 meters in diameter you will see daylight at the other side at Steinwerder, giving an absolutely wonderful view of Hamburg from the Southbank side of the river.
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