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Bratwurst Tour

[Translate to Englisch:] Bratwürste ©Steffen Oliver Riese Fotografie

A City Tour to "Sausage-Significant" Places

Learn about the history of the Nuremberg bratwurst and get answers to questions such as: How long have the citizens of Nuremberg eaten bratwurst? Why are the sausages so small? Why are they always served in even numbers on a plate, but threes in a bun?

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