Nuremberg’s Golden Age and Darker History

Frauenkirche in Nuremberg Marktplatz

NUREMBERG WAS ONCE THE "CITY OF THE NAZI PARTY RALLIES": Amsterdam to Budapest River Cruise - Avalon Waterways - Day 8 Our Nuremberg city tour was another early morning start...grumble, grumble! Nuremberg enjoyed its Golden Age in the late Middle Ages and its rich historical heritage can be seen … [Read more...]

Nuremberg – Famous For The Historic Nuremberg Trials

Nürnberg - A Medieval City With Plenty of Historic Treasures Within Its City Walls: Situated on the Pegnitz River and the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal, Nuremberg (Nürnberg in German) is Franconia's largest city. The first recorded mention of Nuremberg can be traced back to 1050 when a document … [Read more...]

Nuremberg Trials Memorial – A Permanent Exhibition

Memorial to the Nuremberg Trials - A Permanent Exhibition of the Nuremberg Trials: Courtroom 600 in Nürnberg's Palace of Justice became a venue of world history when the "Nuremberg Trials" took place here from November 1945 to 1949.  It was the first time in history that representatives of a … [Read more...]