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The Zeppelinfeld is the site of the Nuremberg rallies held by the Nazi party as they rose to power. The stand is falling into disrepair and there are quite a few weeds growing in between some of the steps. To be honest I do not...More
I did not realize how large this was and that it was made specifically for Hitler. I hope they look after this site because these places of history need to be remembered and hopefully not repeated. Definitely stop here if in the area and go...More
This used to be the rally site of Nazis. And it is the only construction that finished in Nurnberg the way Nazis wanted. All other projects were left stranded.
It's good to see the area from where Hitler would have seen it,
This site, despite its Nazi links, is an important historic site but is showing signs of neglect and is becoming damaged. It is a place to remember the evil of the Nazi regime and to learn lessons from it.
On our Viking tour we visited this site where during world War ll this was both the seat of Nazi propaganda and as the place punishment for Nazi war criminals. This was the rally grounds where 100,000voices saluted Adolf Hitler. We saw his fuehrer’s Congress...More
Although our time was limited with our tour, and fencing was up for a road race, I would still say this is a do not miss. It helps to understand the influence of the Third Reich merely looking out at the scope of the field....More
As a G.I. stationed in Augsburg, West Germany, attended an 8 hour concert headlined by Bob Dylan and Eric Clapton on July 1, 1978. Awesome to be partying where Hitler held his rally, or as Dylan laughed calling himself "superjew in the land of Nazis".
The remnants of Zeppelinfeld, where the Nazi's held some of their largest and most prominent rallies and where Hitler spoke from the podium on several occasions, is in serious disrepair but the central hall, the speaker's rostrum and the remnants of the areas where spectators...More
Worth visting in conjunction with a trip to the Documentation Center. Start from entrance to Documentation Center and take a walk around the lake (3 km round trip?) That walk also gives chance to see Reichs Congress Center from a "distance" and appreciate its size...More