Friedrich-Ebert-Gymnasium

Über Friedrich-Ebert-Gymnasium

The Friedrich-Ebert-Gymnasium is a German high school in the Harburg borough of Hamburg, Germany, that is known to exist since 1628. The school is famous for its Friedrich-Ebert-Halle, where The Beatles recorded their first album with Tony Sheridan.In 1968 it was renamed from "Gymnasium für Jungen Harburg" after Friedrich Ebert, first president of the Weimar Republic.The school offers three main sectors: the humanistic, the musical, and the "MINT" sector . The school also provides exchanges ...

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Alter Postweg 30-38
Heimfeld, Hamburg

Friedrich-Ebert-Gymnasiums Veranstaltungen

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