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This is the site where Nietzsche was born and spent his first five or six years. His father was a pastor at the church next door, and was given the house for his family to live in. Nietzsche had many seminal moments on these grounds,...More
Everything about my visit was overwhelming and powerful, especially for such a small place. You 'blink and miss it' kind of town contains the remains of Nietzsche and his father, sister, and little brother. The memorial contains his father's church where he gave sermons, his...More
A small wonderland for Nietzsche enthusiasts! In this small and extremely charming village fans of Nietzsche will find the house he was born and grew up in (now private), a fascinating monument by Klaus F. Messerschmidt, the Church in which Nietzsche's father used to preach,...More