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The Palais was built 1728 – 30. Originally it was used by a single household. 1836–1971 it served as City hall. During Pogrome night in 1938 about 43 Jewish citizens were kept prisoner in the yard.
The Palais has served as the towns library for...More
Take good chance to enjoy the spring festive spirit here.
The place was full of joy and cheer with some amusement rides and traditional German snacks.
Should visit during this period specially after the winter gone
Located near railway station
Except for Nuremberg and Rothenburg Christmas markets which are world wide famous, also could visit some local ones in different cities... enjoyable
Should taste its traditional festival wine Glühwein ( hot red wine)
Various types of booths selling traditional food and...More
The "Kunstpalais Erlangen", the impressive building at the south side of the "Marktplatz" is not only the home of art expressions, but also the home of the Public Library of Erlangen. Furthermore, when inevitable in search of bathroom facilities, at the far end of the...More