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Architecture in Nuremberg

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Von Renaissance über Barock bis hin zu moderner Kunst - Architektonisch hat Nürnberg für jeden etwas zu bieten.

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Cinecitta Cinema Complex

CINECITTA´

CINECITTA´ is Germany‘s largest cinema complex with 23 cinema auditoriums, 5000 m2 of foyer space, three restaurants as well as various...

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Former Nazi Party Rally Grounds - Steintribüne

Ehemaliges Reichsparteitagsgelände (Former Nazi Party Rally Grounds)

Former Nazi Party Rally Grounds and remaining structures: the unfinished Congress Hall, the main stand at the Zeppelinfeld and the Grosse...

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Hospital of the Holy Spirit

Heilig-Geist-Spital (Hospital of the Holy Spirit)

Established from 1332 to 1339 as a foundation endowed by the wealthy patrician Konrad Groß (“Imperial Mayor”) for the elderly and needy....

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Historical bratwurst kitchen "Zum Gulden Stern"

The Historical Bratwurst Kitchen "Zum Gulden Stern"

The specialty of the house, Nuremberg bratwurst, is fresh roasted daily on a traditional beech wood fire. As the oldest tavern existing in...

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Imperial Castle
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Imperial Castle

The Imperial Castle atop the rocky promontory above Nuremberg was one of the most important fortified imperial palaces of the Old Holy...

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Nassauer Haus

One of the best preserved examples of a medieval residential tower (for the nobility).

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Town Hall Nuremberg

Rathaus

The Town Hall is a complex of several construction periods. The oldest section is the 40 m Gothic hall erected between 1332 and1340, once...

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Former Wine Depot

Weinstadel (Former Wine Depot)

Two half-timbered stories rise above the ground floor fashioned from sandstone ashlars.

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Tanner's Lane Nuremberg
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Weißgerbergasse

Historical half-timbered middle class houses predominate, in testimony to the wealth created by the leathermaking trade.

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