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The Museumsmuhle Hasbergen is a museum dedicated to the historic water mill on the site.
The Museumsmuhle Hasbergen is a museum dedicated to the historic water mill on the site. It displays components, tools and other exhibits documenting the history of the undershot water mill which was later retrofitted with a turbine.
The 17th century Schönebeck Castle is the only surviving aristocratic residence in Bremen, a well-preserved fachwerk building now housing a museum tracing the history of the Vegesack area
The Harbour Museum traces the history of the Bremen Harbour and German maritime traditions
The Walkiefer at Vegesacker harbour is a blue bronze replica of the original jaw of a 24 metre long whale that was kept here
Gedenken der Opfer beider Weltkriege commemorates the victims of both the World Wars
Der Rufer is a 3 metre high bronze sculpture of a caller, with his hands around his mouth, shouting into the air
Schlachte is a lively promenade along the Weser River, lined with restaurants, terraces, beer gardens, market stalls, and live entertainment
The bronze statue of Der Gaukler (The Juggler) is a public art installation on Leibnizplatz