Looks abandoned, it made part of one of worst moments in human history but should be used for something useful.
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This place needs to be a must on anyone's list of things to do in Neuremberg. It is about two nikes grin the main train station, and accessible by public transport. The museum and its exhibits give a glimpse of the beginnings and fall of...More
after completing the museum you must walk outside and see the buildings. You can imagine what took place here before the start of WWII. Recommend doing the walk ...2.5kms around the first 9 points of interest including the Zeppelin field.
We visited the Rally Grounds after the Dokumentationszentrum. Whilst this is a good order to do it and makes sense as they are beside each other, there is a llot to see at each and you need time to appreciate each. The Rally grounds are...More
We visited this on a private tour with an English speaking guide Kevin and it was very interesting knowing all the history behind this building.
If you are at all interested in the history of the Nazi party in Germany, this is the place to go. Excellent museum with a great deal of information. Located in the former Congress Hall. Plan on at least an hour and maybe three times...More
The black & white movies of Hitler and his rally's bring this place to life. The only way to to truly understand the mass of people who would go to these rally's is to go here and see the size of the facility. Little known...More