No place in Hamburg is as synonymous with partying and going out as the Reeperbahn in St. Pauli. Adjacent to the Reeperbahn with its famous red light district, the Grosse Freiheit, Hamburger Berg and Hans-Albers-Platz are home to numerous clubs that attract locals and tourists alike. Originally a place of outcasts at the city gates of Hamburg, the entertainment district is now the attraction for night owls in Hamburg. The Große Freiheit is considered a place of international music history, where the Beatles had their first performances in the famous Star Club in the 1960s. A memorial to the band was created by Beatles-Platz in the form of a record.