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Katharinenviertel (Hamburg, Germany)

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    • Katharinenviertel Hamburg (Hamburg, Germany)
    • Hamburg (Germany). Katharinenviertel
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    • found: St. Katharinen, 2013:page 227 (Katharinenviertel) page 283 (Katharinenviertel; hemmed in between the tax zone [to the south] and the municipal autobahn, for several years the neighborhood around the Katharinenkirche lay unnoticed on the southern edge of the inner city in the post-war period; with the fall of the tax zone and the development of HafenCity the neighborhood has gone back from its marginal situation into the middle of the city) pages 285-286 (the Katharinenkirche attempted early on to find several approaches that would help the development of the district; it invited residents, labor associations, contractors and developers to an exchange of ideas, after which there was agreement that more people also meant more employment and it would be important to maintain the character of the district by making it identifiable from without; the "Katharinenviertel" as its own district (existing officially only as a part of the Hamburg-Altstadt) had to be created; the Katharinenkirche has a significant role to play in the formation of this identity; the church is deeply rooted in its own developed residential area, but has also been long active in the area not only in classically church (religious) activities, but also in social interests)
    • found: HafenCity Universität Hamburg website, via WWW, Aug. 15, 2013:"Quo vadis Katharinenviertel ? - an der Schnittstelle zwischen Innenstadt und HafenCity : P2-Studienprojekt WS 2004/2005 - Stadtplanung TU Hamburg-Harburg" (Katharinenviertel; development of HafenCity works on the southern edge of the Hamburg Altstadt; with the fall of the tariff border and the opening of the harbor areas there are significant changes in the district north of the Speicherstadt around the Hauptkirche St. Katharinen; for decades the perspective of the district was limited by its marginal situation; with the development of HafenCity new employment, residential, leisure and shopping opportunities are changing the functional context of the district)
    • found: Oberhafen Hamburg Hafencity website, via WWW, Aug. 15, 2013:"Der Kontext : das Katharinenviertel" (Katharinenviertel; the Hamburg Altstadt in the Katharinenviertel between Rödingsmarkt and Spiegelinsel is presently home for merely 1800 people and workplace for about the same number; despite its central location the Katharinenviertel is barely known to Hamburgers and visitors to the city; this situation is changing through the HafenCity project, as the Katharinenviertel as inner city is becoming the hinge between the inner city on the Alster and the new inner city on the Elbe)
    • found: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek online, via WWW, Aug. 15, 2013:(access point: Katharinenviertel Hamburg)
    • notfound: GEOnet
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    • 2013-08-30: new
    • 2013-08-31: revised
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