Places of Interest nearby
Location address: Germany, Bremen, Bremen, Schnoor
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Schnoor is the name of a street in the oldest part of the city of Bremen and also a name for the oldest quarter itself. The district owes its name to the old ship trade. The passages between the houses were often associated with occupations or objects: There was an area in which ropes and cables were produced (string = Schnoor) and a neighboring area, where wire cables and anchor chains were manufactured (wire = Wieren).
Schnoor is a very nice and old street in Bremen. Its name is derived from Schnoor, meaning string. This area was an area where ropes and cables were produced. Here are the roots of the Hanseatic city Bremen.
Monument dedicated to the writer Georg Droste, based on his romantrilogy “Ottjen Alldag”. He died in Bremen in 1935.
Linked themes: Literature
The Schiffer Haus is the best known house in the neighbourhood of Schnoor.
The neighbourhood Schnoor is full of small and narrow streets.
Schnoor has some nice corners to have a drink on a terras.