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  2. Nuremberg - Wikipedia

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    Nuremberg held great significance during the Nazi Germany era. Because of the city's relevance to the Holy Roman Empire and its position in the centre of Germany, the Nazi Party chose the city to be the site of huge Nazi Party conventions – the Nuremberg rallies. The rallies were held in 1927, 1929 and annually from 1933 through 1938.

  3. Table of Contents. Summary. Nürnberg, English conventional Nuremberg, city, Bavaria Land (state), southern Germany. Bavaria’s second largest city (after Munich ), Nürnberg is located on the Pegnitz River where it emerges from the uplands of Franconia (Franken), south of Erlangen. The city was first mentioned in 1050 in official records as Noremberg, but it had its origin in a castle (now known as Kaiserburg [imperial castle]) built about 10 years earlier by the German king Henry III ...

  4. With half a million people, Nuremberg is Bavaria's second largest city. While its history dates to the 11th century, Nuremberg is most often linked to the 20th century (specifically World War II). It first served as the site of many pre-war Nazi rallies, then was nearly leveled by Allied bombing, then was the site of the famous post-war Nuremberg Trials.

  5. Nuremberg travel - Lonely Planet | Germany, Europe

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    Nuremberg (Nürnberg), Bavaria’s second-largest city and the unofficial capital of Franconia, is an energetic place where the nightlife is intense and the beer is as dark as coffee. As one of Bavaria’s biggest draws it is alive with visitors year-round, but especially during the spectacular Christmas market.

  6. THE 15 BEST Things to Do in Nuremberg - Tripadvisor

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    Nuremberg WWII Tour, Courtroom 600 and 3rd Reich Sites 38 Bus Tours from $148.87 per adult (price varies by group size) Nuremberg Nazi Party Rally Grounds Private Walking Tour 1 City Tours from $143.35 per adult (price varies by group size) Nuremberg Like a Local: Customized Private Tour 6 City Tours from $52.93

  7. The Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt is one of the oldest and most famous Christmas markets in Germany. Albrecht Dürer Famous artist and son of the city of Nuremberg City Museum at Fembo-Haus Multimedia tour through 950 years of Nuremberg's history Details Imperial Castle Cultural landmark and top attraction of the city NÜRNBERG CARD + FÜRTH

  8. Visit Nuremberg, a reflection of German history - Germany Travel

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    Nuremberg: Germany's most vibrant museum of history Cities & Culture Nuremberg Impressive, exciting, colourful, mighty and tragic: Nuremberg has reflected German history since the Middle Ages. Protected by the castle, a new spirit enlivened the city at a time when few other places could offer such a quality of life.

  9. 9 Best Things to Do in Nuremberg - Hotels

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    Nuremberg is famous for its well-preserved historical landmarks, like the imperial castle and the walled Old Town. The location of the city made it an important commercial hub from the Middle Ages onwards, and this rich heritage can still be seen and felt today.

  10. 15 Best Things to Do in Nuremberg (Germany) - The Crazy Tourist

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    Categories Germany Tags Nuremberg 15 Best Things to Do in Nuremberg (Germany): Kaiserburg; Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds; Nuremberg Trials Memorial; Germanisches Nationalmuseum; St. Sebaldus Church; St. Lorenz Church; German National Railways Museum; Albrecht Dürer's House; Schöner Brunnen; City Walls; Nuremberg Toy Museum; Nuremberg Zoo

  11. City of Nuremberg - nuernberg.de

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    welcome to the official internet portal of the City of Nuremberg. English information for tourists is provided by the Nuremberg Convention and Tourist Office. If you are interested in Nuremberg as a business location, you can take a look at the website of the Office for Economic Development. The Press and Information Office provides international journalists interested in writing about Nuremberg with information in English.