The Reichsparteigelande is made up of several locations spread over hundreds of acres. Some of the places are no longer there and some still stand as reminders of this terrible time under a megalomaniac dictator.
The size of these buildings is just astounding. And really speaks to the fact that they were brought about under the rule of a complete narcissist.
The Congress hall, which houses the Dokumentszentrum is quite the monumental structure and worth the visit to the inside to see the space and imagine it all covered... hard to imagine what it would have looked like inside, as a completed building...
on the other side of the lake via the great road in the Zeppelin field popular from videos of the allies blowing up the Nazi monument on top. Though worth a visit just to be there in that same place where all the propaganda stuff took place, it was a bit of a let down. part of the infield was an auto race track, the other part soccer fields... it's falling apart and there are little piles of rock and plaster here and there.
All in all though, this is really worth the visit just to see the craziness that one man is able to bring about.
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