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The church tower on the third picture looks like Sankt Michaelis (Michel) in Hamburg. The tower was rebuilt into it's current form after it burned down in 1906 so this dates the painting as being done later than 1906. Source https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Hamburg-Michaeliskirche-Hafen.jpg From the comments (thanks @emil): The building left of the ...


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Does this happen often in other countries? Because I have two business travels scheduled to Spain and Germany May/2021 and I’m in charge of the schedule In western Europe, bars/clubs are on average much busier on Fridays and Saturdays than Thursdays. With that being said, Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays are typically even less busy than Thursdays. These ...


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I'm French and in student areas, Thursday is very much a party day: students who live away from their college often go back to their parents on the weekend and leave on Friday night, so they party a lot on Thursday night. It is popular enough for professors to know that Friday morning is a bad day to place a complicated lecture. The same culture exists out ...


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My experience in Spain is quite the opposite. Many undergraduate study programs do not have lectures on Fridays, or they do have lectures but the students are more relaxed, and Thursdays have become a popular partying day among students. Even the word juernes has been created to refer to this: it is a mixture between "jueves" (Thursday) and "...


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Native German here, so I'll stick with what I know for sure: For Germany, student clubs tend to be crowded at Wednesdays more then they are on Thursdays. For students, a business meeting early in the morning would be rather uncomfortable, but not totally unusual. A work-related Dinner for people 18-25y.o. would probably more comfortable on Thursday than ...


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I actually didn't find any legislative definition of the terms "transit/Durchreise" and "stopover/Zwischenaufenthalt". Anyway, the Hessians Ministry for Society & Integration has a Q&A on their website. Close to the bottom there's the following question & answer (translation is mine): Do I have to go into quarantine when ...


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You write that you are 13 and that you have arranged a place. Under German law, your legal guardians have the right and duty to supervise your location in accordance with your age and maturity. They don't have to watch a 13-year-old every minute, but they do have to know and agree with your plan. As a German citizen, you need no visa. You do need a written ...


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It becomes more common in the last time. Especially big malls or shops with a big catchment area add this to their services. From own experience I know "IKEA" and "Möbel Gruber" (in the category "big shop") and "West Park" (see "Paradies") (in the category "shopping mall") to have staffed children'...


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