Insights into the city hall of Hamburg. The seventy-year-old story of the news magazine SPIEGEL was honored in the Great Hall of the Hamburg City Hall. Guest speakers were chief editor Klaus Brinkbäumer, Federal Minister Ursula von der Leyen and first mayor of Hamburg Olaf Scholz.Im Großen Festsaal des Hamburger Rathauses wurde die siebzigjährige Geschichte des Nachrichtenmagazins SPIEGEL gewürdigt. Gastredner waren Chefredakteur Klaus Brinkbäumer, Bundesministerin Ursula von der Leyen und Erster Bürgermeister von Hamburg Olaf Scholz.
DER SPIEGEL appeared for the first time on 4 January 1947 in Hanover as successor to the magazine "This Week". Since the first edition, Rudolf Augstein has been editor-in-chief and editor of the magazine. In 1952, the publishing company relocated from Hanover to Hamburg
The City Hall is the seat of the citizens' parliament and the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg.
The architecturally splendid building on the Binnenalster was built between the years 1886 and 1897 by different architects in the historicist style of the neo-Renaissance. The tower has a height of 112 meters and is thus a distinctive landmark in the cityscape of Hamburg. Source: Wikipedia