Flensburg is an attractive little town surrounded by low hills on the northern coast of Germany about 95 miles (150km) north of Hamburg. Located on the Danish border, it was an important merchant town from the 15th century. A walking tour of the town will enable you to see the Alstadt, the typical mrchants' courtyards, Nicolaikirche dating from 1390 with an interesting organ, Heiliggeistkirche (1386) with medieval frescoes and Marienkirche (1284) with a beautiful high altar. The Nordetor, dating from 1595, is one of the few surviving town gates in Schleswig-Holstein. There are two interesting museums - the Municipal Museum and Schiffahrtsmuseum covering the history of shipping and the rum trade in Flensburg.
Established as a town in 1284, Flensburg flourished in the 16th century after the decline of the Hanseatic League. In the 18th century it became a major importer of rum and other goods from the Caribbean.
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