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About the Emigration Museum Hamburg
The Emigration Museum Hamburg (BallinStadt) is a former halfway house/temporary shelter in the Port of Hamburg, where millions of European emigrants stayed before making their journey to the Americas. The buildings were destroyed by the Nazis in 1934, but were later rebuilt true to their original form in the early 2000s. Today it serves as a permanent museum exhibition memorializing the millions who passed through on the way to the New World.