Andreas Meyer (civil engineer)
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Andreas Meyer (6 December 1837 in Hamburg - 17 March 1901 in Bad Wildungen; full name: Franz Ferdinand Carl Andreas Meyer) was a German civil engineer. From 1872 to 1901 he and Carl Johann Christian Zimmermann helped significantly shape the city of Hamburg - Meyer himself is most notable as the creator of the Speicherstadt. He was a cousin to Eduard Meyer and Kuno Meyer.
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