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Christian Johann Heinrich Heine (born as Harry Heine December 13, 1797 February 17, 1856) was one of the most significant German poets.

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Heinrich Heine
Bust on his grave, Montmartre, sculpted by Louis Hasselriis
Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine
Portrait by Moritz Daniel Oppenheim
Heinrich Heine
Loreley fountain by Ernst Herter, paid by Empress Elisabeth of Austria and donated to D?ºsseldorf, but refused, since 1899 in The Bronx, New York City
Loreley fountain (2) today
Small sculpture (80 cm) by Theodor von Gosen, 1898
Statue in Berlin, sculpted by Waldemar Grzimek
(2)
Copy of a destroyed monument in Hamburg (original by Hugo Lederer)
Bert Gerresheim: Heinrich Heine Monument 1981, D?ºsseldorf
Heine's mother Betty (born as Peira van Geldern) (1771–1859)
Heine's uncle Salomon Heine (1767–1844)
Heine' sister Charlotte Heine (later Charlotte Embden) (1803–1899)
Heine's brother Gustav (later Baron Heine-Geldern) (1805–1886)
Heine's brother Maximilian (1807–1879)
Heine's wife Mathilde Heine (Eugenie Crescentia Mirat)
Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Lefler: Heine with Krinitz
Der Rabbi von Bacherach, by Max Liebermann
Cover of Die Jugend, 1906
Ignatius Taschner, illustrated poem: Goldenes Kalb
Satiric poem about Munich, illustrated by Arpad Schmidhammer
Heine poem in Wuppertal
Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine
Bust on his grave, Montmartre, sculpted by Louis Hasselriis
Heinrich Heine
Loreley fountain by Ernst Herter, paid by Empress Elisabeth of Austria and donated to Düsseldorf, but refused, since 1899 in The Bronx, New York City
Loreley fountain (2) today
Small sculpture (80 cm) by Theodor von Gosen, 1898
Statue in Berlin, sculpted by Waldemar Grzimek
(2)
Copy of a destroyed monument in Hamburg (original by Hugo Lederer)
Bert Gerresheim: Heinrich Heine Monument 1981, Düsseldorf
Heine' sister Charlotte Heine (later Charlotte Embden) (1803–1899)
Heine's brother Gustav (later Baron Heine-Geldern) (1805–1886)
Heine's brother Maximilian (1807–1879)
Heine's wife Mathilde Heine (Eugenie Crescentia Mirat)
Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Lefler: Heine with Krinitz
Der Rabbi von Bacherach, by Max Liebermann
Cover of Die Jugend, 1906
Ignatius Taschner, illustrated poem: Goldenes Kalb
Satiric poem about Munich, illustrated by Arpad Schmidhammer
Heine poem in Wuppertal
Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine