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Tears of despair as Hamburger SV finally go down ► Sub now: https://redirect.bundesliga.com/_bwCS For the last few seasons, HSV have always managed to find a way to escape relegation, but there was no avoiding it this time. Their record 55-year stay in the Bundesliga has come to an end, with the last remaining founding member of the top flight set to play in the second division next season. There were tears in Hamburg, but there was also a strong show of support from the fans. Auf wiedersehen, HSV! You can see highlights of the match at http://www.bundesliga.com. ► Watch Bundesliga in your country: https://redirect.bundesliga.com/_bwCT The Official Bundesliga YouTube channel gives you access to clips from Germany's football league that you won't find anywhere else. Subscribe now and vi...
Find more Earth Focus content at https://www.linktv.org/earthfocus All eyes are on Germany as the country prepares to abandon nuclear power by 2020. Hamburg, an industrial port on Germany's northern shore, may seem like an unlikely candidate to be voted Europe's Green City of 2011. But this urban hub won accolades for its innovation in green planing, transportation, and construction. Is it a model city of the future? Correspondent Constantino de Miguel reports.
Major company for the public bus services is the Hamburg Hochbahn AG (HHA) with more than 100 lines and 120,000 km (75,000 mi) driven per day. - Please subcribe to my new channel dedicated to biking - its a great outlook on the world https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiol_TJeQn9pPWwik05oGsw/feed It sometimes its a great window into seeing what transit videos I may post in the future from that country
Caught 19 different aircraft bringing their country's leader to Hamburg for the G20 summit 2017! Mighty people with mighty aircraft - everybody knows the Air Force One of the US president, but there were five more B747s in Hamburg, two Dreamliners and many rare other airplanes. See this compilation for most of the guests and their planes...
WindEnergy Hamburg : 1400 exhibitors from 34 countries WindEnergy Hamburg, the worlds largest and most important show for the wind energy sector is back for the second time.
"When I take the prisoners swimming..." - that first line might actually be helpful to understand the course of the action. STRANGE COUNTRY give a dreamlike rendition of a classic Bill Callahan song here. John Flamingeaux - voc, git Lola LaRedd - voc (not on this one) Ollie Samland - pedal steel Sven Fritz - vio Ingmar Rehberg - b Markus Geiger - dr Shot by Anna-Lilja Häfele for No Rational Product www.strangecountry.de www.strangerecordings.de www.norationalproduct.com
Hamburg Alstervergnügen Andreas Oscar Die Nadel im Heu Schlager Country Ein Sommerabemd an der Alster Geschichten aus der Hafenbar von Uta Carina & Fiete Münzner Moderation Michael Niekammer Radio Paloma
When you want to cycle to Hamburg, but 350km seems a bit overkill
Der C-Course sind die Löcher 19 bis 27 auf der Golfanlage des Golf und Country Clubs Treudelberg im Norden Hamburgs. Die Löcher wurden im Sommer 2010 eröffnet. Das Video zeigt einen kleinen kommentierten Platzrundgang über 9 Löcher. This is the C-course in Treudelberg, Hamburg, Germany. The third nine were openend in summer 2010. You can follow me, playing these nine and experiencing some surprises.
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STRANGE COUNTRY do the opening song of their 2010 debut album. Watch out for the follow-up, it will be out on Strange Recordings in the course of 2011! John Flamingeaux - voc, git Lola LaRedd - voc Ollie Samland - pedal steel Sven Fritz - vio Ingmar Rehberg - b Markus Geiger - dr Shot by Anna-Lilja Häfele for No Rational Product www.strangecountry.de www.strangerecordings.de www.norationalproduct.com
The video describes emigrants' route from a tiny village somewhere in southern Poland to the Hamburg sea port on their way to the US. It was originally available for download on the www.hamburg.de website and its authors and producers are: New Moon Productions, Marne Benedetti, Jendrys Dornheim, with kind support of the Senat of Hamburg. They are listed in the end credits of this educational video. PolishOrigins is NOT THE AUTHOR NOR DISTRIBUTOR of this video. Because the video is no longer available on its original location on the mentioned above website by uploading this video on our PolishOrigins Channel we wanted to share this great documentary with our visitors. Our website members and tour guests often ask us about how their ancestors were able to travel such a long way from t...