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Nuremberg

  • This Middle Franconian city has more to offer than just its picturesque Old Town at the foot of the gorgeous imperial castle (Kaiserburg). The city's heritage is indeed much more varied. Architecture, artistic wealth and museums keep history alive and make this a very popular city among tourists. 

The most popular events held here are the Christmas Market, when the Old Town teems with visitors from ...
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  • Known for being particularly charming
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  • A magnificent city with a Medieval atmosphere
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  • This baroque church was once a monastery and was almost completely destroyed during the Second World War.
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  • These archways can be seen at the Congress Hall (Kongresshalle), the biggest building in all of Germany dating back to the national-socialist era.
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  • The Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche) is one of the most famous churches in Nuremberg
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  • This Gothic church features two towers which are an impressive 81 metres high!
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Amy Adejokun
Amy Adejokun Expert destination Germany

This Middle Franconian city has more to offer than just its picturesque Old Town at the foot of the gorgeous imperial castle (Kaiserburg). The city's heritage is indeed much more varied. Architecture, artistic wealth and museums keep history alive and make this a very popular city among tourists.
The most popular events held here are the Christmas Market, when the Old Town teems with visitors from around the world, and the 'Rock im Park' music festival, which mostly attracts young people. An economic and cultural centre, Nuremberg constitutes an important metropolis together with Fürth and Erlangen.

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