BallinStadt

Hamburg, Germany

BallinStadt

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BallinStadt (German pronunciation: [baːliːnʃtat]) is the name given to a memorial park and former emigration station in the Port of Hamburg, Germany.

From the 1850s to the early 1930s the ground's emigration halls were last homestead for some five million emigrants from various parts of Europe, waiting for their departure to the Americas. The BallinStadt museum was opened in 2007 and named after Albert Ballin (1857–1918), then director General of the Hamburg America Line. The site is also marketed as the "Emigration Museum" or "Port of Dreams".

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