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Reichsparteigelande (Nazi Party Rally Grounds)
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Nuremberg Day Trip from Munich
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Nuremberg Nazi Party Rally Grounds and Old Town Tour
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Reviewed June 30, 2013

It is amazing to see how massive the rally grounds are. If you have the energy to walk the steps to stand where Hitler stood, you get a real appreciation of the size of the place. There is parking right there, so save your feet and drive if you have a car. Other than a few plaques, there isn't any real information.

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Reviewed June 26, 2013 via mobile

An absolute must for anyone. Terrifying yet incredible. Allow several hours for this. Also go to the Zeppelin Field down the road to see the more recognizable rally ground as well.

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Reviewed June 24, 2013

Took the only tour that goes inside the "Tribune", wonderful, however it is only in German, and only on Saturdays. In case you are wondering what is the tribune, it is the white stone building where Hitler used to speak in front of. It is usually locked, and therefore the intricate tile work (swastikas) can not be seen. AMber and gold dominate the inside - so the Tourist information office can tell you about it, but again, it is only in German - but the beauty the inside needs no guide!!

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Reviewed June 10, 2013

The size of this place takes your breath away. Huge doesn’t do it justice. It was intended to be twice the size of the Coliseum in Rome and to hold 50,000 people but it was never completed.

After the war, because of its size, it was too costly to demolish it and much later it was decided to keep it as a historic relic. It’s used to store municipal vehicles and traffic signs, and in parts houses a museum orchestra rehearsal space.

You’ll have to use your imagination – with the help of the architects visualisation on information boards – to see this place as intended but as it is today it just stuns the senses with its sheer size.

Not a ‘must see’ but one that I am glad I did see.

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Reviewed June 8, 2013

Do not miss this site which you have seen many times in movies, old news reels, and in film clips of the evil Hitler ranting and raving. Stand silently facing the stands and you can still hear Hitler's voice and the boots of young men marching to the will of this maniac. You can almost feel the enthusiasm of the youth who were here for the rallies each year. Seeing this spot finally helped me understand how a whole nation bought into this evil man. Must go.

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