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Getting to know everything about the Red Light District in St. Pauli The Reeperbahn and its side streets The name Reeperbahn means ropewalk and was a place were once ropes for sailing ships were made. Long strands of material are laid down a lane before being twisted into ropes. The first residential buildings were designed in as small apartment buildings in the style of a row of houses on the north side of the Reeperbahn between Millerntor and Hamburger Berg.
The boulevard is about meters long and runs from Millerntor at the complex of the "Tanzende Türme" Dancing Towers in a westerly direction to the Nobistor. It is located on St. Pauli near the Reeperbahn. The street is about meters long, in the houses the prostitutes sit on stools in windows, present themselves and wait for clients or speak to the male passers-by while the window is open.
No one can see in passing, since screens were erected at both ends of the road in They are a remnant of a brown past. Posters prohibiting "Young people under 18 and women" from entering, which legally is more than doubtful. It is a public road that can be entered by anyone and every woman. All non-male visitors should be aware, that once a woman will venture behind the wall, she is prompted to leave again very quickly with the most hefty swearwords, rotten eggs and sometimes also solid arguments.
The streets belonged to a special economic zone. Independent craftsmen were able to pursue their trade against an annual tax and Catholics were allowed to practise their religion here; they were forbidden from doing so in Protestant Hamburg proper. Many bachelor parties end in the striptease-bar dollhouse. To commemorate the history of the Beatles, a public square on the Reeperbahn was named after the Beatles. This place is intended to recall the importance of Hamburg, where the foundation stone for her world career was laid.
We will also take a look at plush dancing pubs and scantly clothed ladies. The Spielbudenplatz extends on the south side of the Reeperbahn in Hamburg-St. Pauli from the high-rise complex of Dancing Towers to the Davidwache. Located right next to the lively Reeperbahn, the square attracts residents and visitors alike with events such as St.