The Friedrich-Ebert-Gymnasium (FEG) is a German high school (see "Gymnasium") in the Harburg borough of Hamburg, Germany, that is known to exist since 1628. The school is famous for its Friedrich-Ebert-Halle, where The Beatles recorded their first album with Tony Sheridan.

In 1968 it was renamed from "Gymnasium für Jungen Harburg" (engl.: "gymnasium for boys in Harburg") after Friedrich Ebert, first president of the Weimar Republic.

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