Fish Market and St. Pauli Church

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The fish market is just like the St. Pauli church (due to neighborhood border shifts) not in the district of St. Pauli. Both are located just behind the district border in Altona. And because St. Pauli naturally wants to live up to its literal buccaneer style, it has settled the peace church Altona in St. Pauli. A witty fact that makes you realize the humor of the inhabitants of this exceptionally colorful district.