Angry tongues call it "Hamburg's largest urn": The Augustinum right at the entrance to the port, with a view of the Elbe and the village of Övelgönne, is the retirement home for educated citizens who can afford it. Nadja Tiller spent her last 15 years in the twelve-storey tower, where fish was once stored and cooled. A place of culture, with regular chamber concerts, readings and film screenings. Every room a suite, dignified conversations over afternoon tea, grande dame district.
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