Everytime I am in Germany I go to Nuremberg to turn the ring three times. My dad is german and told me when I do that it means I hopefully get to come back to Germany to visit again.
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When seeing the sights of downtown Nuremberger sooner or later everyone ends up at the Hauptmarkt where at Christmas time the world famous Nuremberg Christmas can be found a large golden foutain can hardly be missed on the market platz because the way it is...More
Walked past this beautifull piece of work a few times since we have been in Nuremberg and one can’t help but admire it. At the moment it is surrounded by workers removing the Christmas Market stalls but that does not stop people from turning the...More
Just left the Christmas market and this was our first visit where we could actually see this thing!!
What a lovely spire, but it should actually be on top of the church opposite. This replica of the original has been made into a fountain, but folklore has it the locals objected to it being placed on the church as they would not be...More
As I made my way from the castle to the river I happened upon a few tourist groups stopping at this fountain. I paused for a few minutes and took in the craftsmanship here, enjoying a break and the artisinal beauty. Definitely worth a quick...More
This well crafted fountain situated a stones throw from the Kaiserburg, is just trot down to the central market to glance upon its splendour. For photography its best to visit it in the early mornings when the sun is not too high.
In the northwest corner of the market square stands this 60-foot tall fountain in the shape of a Gothic spire. It was built at the end of the 14th century and represents the world view of the Holy Roman Empire of the time.
Very pretty statue if painted a little bright. We started our free walking tour here and it made this more interesting once we learned more about it. It was carved to show the tiers of society for those in the middle ages to understand who...More