Westernmost urban borough of the German city state of Hamburg, on the right bank of the Elbe river.- Altona, Hamburg
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Province of the Kingdom of Prussia (subsequently the Free State of Prussia after 1918) from 1868 to 1946.
With the Greater Hamburg Act of 1937, the Hanseatic City of Lübeck and the Oldenburgian exclave Region of Lübeck were incorporated into the Schleswig-Holstein province, while a number of Hamburg's adjacent municipalities, among them the city districts of Altona and Wandsbek, were incorporated into the Hanseatic City of Hamburg.
Suburban commuter railway network in the Hamburg Metropolitan Region.
On 5 December 1906, under the description Hamburg-Altonaer Stadt- und Vorortbahn, the Prussian Eisenbahndirektion (railway division) of Altona opened with steam trains between Blankenese, Altona (Elbe) and Hamburg.
Borough of the city of Hamburg, Germany.
Following the Greater Hamburg Act, Harburg was incorporated into the city of Hamburg along with several other independent cities such as Altona.
One of the major rivers of Central Europe.
A bit more downstream the Low Elbe's two main anabranches Northern Elbe and the Köhlbrand reunite south of Altona-Altstadt, a locality of Hamburg.
The Hamburg-Altona–Kiel railway (Christian VIII.
When it opened in 1844, Altona and Kiel were the largest cities in the Duchy of Holstein.
German composer, conductor, and pianist in the mid-Romantic Era.
Reinecke was born in what is today the Hamburg district of Altona; technically he was born a Dane, as until 1864 the town was under Danish rule.
[[File:Groß-Hamburg.svg|thumbnail|325px|Incorporated cities and rural areas after the Greater Hamburg Act (1937):
In return, Hamburg was enlarged by including formerly Prussian towns like Altona, Wandsbek, and Harburg-Wilhelmsburg as well as a number of villages.
German statesman who served as the foreign minister for three years and then as the chancellor of the German Empire from 1900 to 1909.
He was born at Klein-Flottbeck, Holstein (now part of Altona, Hamburg).
German physician, philosopher and statesman.
Born at Halle an der Saale and baptized at St. Moritz on 7 August 1737, Struensee was the third child of six born to Pietist theologian and minister Adam Struensee (baptized in Neuruppin on 8 September 1708 – Rendsburg, 20 June 1791), Pfarrer ("curate") in Halle an der Saale in 1732, "Dr. theol. (h. c.) von Halle" ("Doctor of Theology (honoris causa, "for the honor") from the University of Halle) in 1757, pastor in Altona between 1757 and 1760, "[[List of the bishops of Schleswig#General superintendents for the Duchies of Holstein (royal share) and Schleswig (royal share)|Kgl. Generalsuperintendant von Schleswig und Holstein]]" ("Royal general superintendent of Schleswig and Holstein") between 1760 and 1791, and his wife (m. Berleburg, 8 May 1732) Maria Dorothea Carl (Berleburg, 31 July 1716 – Schleswig, 31 December 1792), a respectable middle-class family that believed in religious tolerance.
German film director, screenwriter and producer of Turkish descent.
The couple live in Hamburg-Altona, close to where he was raised.