Hansehafen, Stade, Niedersachsen, Deutschland | Stade in Germany
Hansehafen mit Hudebrücke und den Straßen Wasser-West und Wasser-Ost in Stade | Stade in Germany
Alternate view of the Hanse harbor in Stade. | Stade in Germany
Blick über den neuen Hafen von "Stade", von der Brücke "Beim Salztor" aus Richtung "Alter Gasturm". | Stade in Germany
Johanniskloster in Stade, | Stade in Germany
Buildings at the old Hansehafen, Stade. | Stade in Germany
Historischer Stadtkern Stade | Stade in Germany
Bürgermeister-Hintze-Haus in Stade | Stade in Germany
Altländerhaus im Freilichtmuseum auf der Insel in Stade | Stade in Germany
St. Wilhadi Stade | Stade in Germany
The former Synagogue of Stade, the actual prayer hall was on the first floor and used as such between 1873 and 1908 by the Stade Synagogal Congregation (Synagogengemeinde Stade, est. by 1811, dissolved in 1941). This location, the timber-framed rear building of Hökerstraße #26, was at times addressed as Hökerstraße #27, however, technically it is accessible from the street Cosmaekirchhof on the northern façade of Ss. Cosmae et Damiani Church. Seen from southeast. | Stade in Germany
Ehemalige Stadtwaage, später Zollhaus, in Stade | Stade in Germany
Grauerort fortress facade. | Stade in Germany
Stade, Kirche St. Cosmae (13.Jh), Hauptaltar von Christian Precht 1677 | Stade in Germany
Stade, Fachwerkhäuser am Hansehafen | Stade in Germany
Der historische Hafen von Stade in der Altstadt. | Stade in Germany
Schwedenspeicher in Stade | Stade in Germany
Der historische Gasbehälter von Stade. Das Gasometer wurde in Wohnungen umbegebaut. | Stade in Germany
Historischer Spiegelberg in Stade. | Stade in Germany
Tretkran an der Schwinge in Stade | Stade in Germany
Flugplatz Stade EDHS Osten | Stade in Germany
Stadeum in Stade | Stade in Germany
South facade of St. Wilhadi. | Stade in Germany
Verlagsgebäude Stader Tageblatt, Stade | Stade in Germany
Gebäude des sogenannten CFK Valley Nord im Gewerbegebiet Ottenbeck Stade. Forschungszentrum für carbonfaserverstärkten Kunststoff (CFK). | Stade in Germany
Zeughaus in Stade | Stade in Germany
Schwedenspeicher in Stade | Stade in Germany
Town in 🇩🇪 Germany with a population of around 46 thousand people.

If you're looking for an unforgettable experience, then look no further than Stade, Germany. This small town is home to one of the most unique and exciting stadiums in the world - the Waldstadion. Also known as the "Commerzbank-Arena", this structure is one of the few stadiums in the world that features a retractable roof. This means that the weather is never a factor when it comes to enjoying a game of football (or any other event that takes place at the stadium). In addition to the retractable roof, the stadium also has a state-of-the-art lighting system that makes it perfect for hosting night games. Whether you're a football fan or not, a visit to the Waldstadion is a must-do for anyone travelling to Germany.

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You can expect temperatures of around NaN° Celsius in March during the day in Stade.