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The Große Freiheit is a world-famous side street of the Reeperbahn. It begins at Beatles-Platz and is home to many pubs, bars and entertainment venues, where partygoers cavort in the evenings and on weekends. Its name comes from the freedom of religion and trade guaranteed in the 17th century. The film "Große Freiheit Nr.7" with Hans Albers, for which the very well-known songs "Auf der Reeperbahn nachts um halb eins" and "Paloma" were composed, was shot here in large parts. You will meet Hamburg originals and sometimes even bizarre fellow men. The famous Star-Club, known for the performances of the Beatles and other famous artists, e.g. Jimi Hendrix, was located here until 1969.
Get off at the stop no.10(Davidstraße/Reeperbahn) if you want to explore the area on foot. After getting off, walk in the direction of the train for about 400 m in the direction of Altona and you will come to Beatles-Platz, from where the Große Freiheit leaves.
If you feel like partying in the evening, you can go to one of the numerous clubs in the Große Freiheit, e.g. the Club Große Freiheit 36.
Directly adjacent is Olivia Jones' bar.