The Women Who Shaped Hamburg’s History
On this historical tour, you’ll learn about the women who influenced Hamburg’s history. The statues, street names, and fountains of the city show the changing role of women over the centuries. The tour will talk about maidservants, typists, merchants’ wives, and philanthropists, as well as the “marriage market” on Jungfernstieg and the new professions for women, like switchboard operators. Have we sparked your interest? Then join us and don’t miss out on this exciting tour of historical women!
Date: Sun, 03.11.2019, 10:30 am - 2:30 pm
Meeting point: Colonnaden, at the junction to Neuer Jungfernstieg
Language: Tour in English, rest of the event multilingual
Fee: 6€ (by transfer, see explanation below)
(Registration starting on Sun, 13.10.2019, 12 noon; please click "Registration".)
Payment of the Registration Fee by transfer!
Just like last semester, you will have to pay a registration fee for some of our events in the coming semester. Now, however, you can pay the fee in advance by bank transfer. Important: Your registration is only complete after you have paid the registration fee!
This means you still have to register via our website like before. After the online registration, you have time to pay the fee until 7 days before the event. Please indicate the following in your bank transfer: Your Last Name, Your First Name, the number of the event, the title of the event (e.g.: Musterfrau, Johanna, 10008, The Women Who Shaped Hamburg’s History).
If it is not possible for you to pay via bank transfer, you can also come to our payment days and pay in cash. Payment days will be on every Monday and Thursday from 12 noon to 4 pm at PIASTA, Rentzelstraße 17.
If you don’t pay the registration fee by 7 days before the event, your registration will be cancelled!
If you only register during the 7 days before the event, you can still pay via bank transfer or on a payment day. If you pay via bank transfer during this time span, please bring a confirmation of the bank transfer (either printed or as a screenshot).