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Reichsparteigelande (Nazi Party Rally Grounds)

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Reichsparteigelande (Nazi Party Rally Grounds)

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Bayernstr. 110, 90478 Nuremberg, Bavaria Germany
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Drive through the old town and through the unique history of Nuremberg. From the main market with the beautiful fountain past the Maxbrücke, the St Lorenz church, the Heilig-Geist-Spital and up to the Kaiserburg with its fortifications. Everything is easy for you to admire from the train. You will also learn fun and interesting facts, old-fashioned and current, glamorous and possibly also cruel, romantic and temperamental about Nuremberg and its residents. On this tour you will experience the highlights of several centuries in about 40 minutes and then you can explore the city on your own.
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Sam wrote a review Jul 2020
Nuremberg, Germany10,244 contributions655 helpful votes
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Huge arena for Party Rallies. Such a powerful and dominant party with lot of resources at the time to get great architecture. Sad history
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Michael P wrote a review Apr 2020
Denver, Colorado108 contributions50 helpful votes
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This place is a must see for any WW2 buff. While it isnt what it used to be, it is amazing to be there and see where the rallies were held. We traveled from here down to munich. It is huge, so get ready to walk.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Geoff W wrote a review Mar 2020
Canton of Zurich, Switzerland29 contributions17 helpful votes
A most interesting visit to one of the darkest places in mankinds history. You can see the venue for the Nazi rallies and the back drop for Lenii Reisenthals "Triumph of the will"
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Date of experience: May 2019
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TYPSUKR wrote a review Jan 2020
Arlington, Virginia587 contributions149 helpful votes
We took a tram from central Nuremberg to this outlying area in order to see the one of the most important complexes associated with Nazism. This included the Kongresshalle (which houses the Documentation Center museum) and also the Zeppelin Field and the Great Road). In visiting all of these areas, we came away impressed with the massive scale and size of all of these historical sites. While each of the elements of the rally grounds are interesting on their own, I think we appreciated all of them when taken as a collective whole.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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familytravelermostly wrote a review Jan 2020
Tampa, Florida151 contributions39 helpful votes
The Nazis loved Roman and Greek architecture so much, they tried to emulate it and said it would last 1,000 years. Eighty some odd years later it’s falling apart with the shoddy construction. They used cheap slave labor (concentration camps) with cheap brick and limestone paneling on top. The state of Bavaria debates every year what they should do with this place right now costing millions of euro just to keep it in its current decrepit state. Visit it now now while you still can along with the Documentation Center. It’s not a long tram ride from the main train station. It’s free to walk around what’s now a park but there are very helpful signs or stations describing everything you are looking at as some structures remain standing. It’s totally worth it, and if you go with a knowledgeable guide even better. Google Leni Riefenstahl who did full blown propaganda films on what the rally grounds looked like at their height. Of course you don’t get the sense of the oppressive heat, standing around for hours, unruly/drunk soldiers and the other challenges at the time but hey it’s propaganda.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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