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Nürnberg developed sharply in the begining of last century and around 1900 dedicatied the very nice place surrounded the city for sports and relaxing with lakes with parks, sportfield and even for hoghest technology for Zeppelin. Hitler recognized the opportunity this area for his purposes...More
This was on my list of places to visit as I am really into WWII history. It's hard to imagine this place filled with people for the rallies. Today it's a sports park. It's such a big complex and it's interesting to me that it's...More
It is very unnerving to stand there and look over the site of those massive rallies. Very much of two minds about it. Parts of it are still used as sporting fields ( there was some sort of dog show going on when I was...More
It is not easy for me to give an objective comment about this place.
For sure the historical symbol is astonishing. Thinking of hundred thousands people completely absorbed by hitler’s words is something I cannot even imagine. Looking at the pictures and the videos can...More
No visit to Nuremberg would be complete without a visit to the place that Adolf Hitler held his mass rallies. It is a sombre place but worth a visit. It is also near the Documentation centre which is also worth visiting. A guided tour is...More
This is the parade ground used by various military and para-military organisations for parades during the Nazi era. It occupies a vast area, with a podium and centrepiece modelled on Greek architecture. While much of the main structure has been destroyed, Hitler's podium remains. Photos...More
In 1933/4 the meadow here served as the Nazi parade grounds. Designed by the famous architect Albert Speer, it includes the ‘Fuhrer’s Rostrum, where up to 200,000 people attended the mass events here. Little to see now though.