City Partner Hotel Am Jakobsmarkt
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... to minimalist in Copenhagen. But few synagogues, though we have searched out old Jewish quarters.
If there is a god, then we must have been blessed to have been in their presence somewhere along the way.
But in Nuremburg's small Church of our Lady we got a small insight into medieval life right outside the front door.
Today the beautiful church is the feature of the large market square in the heart of Nuremburg. On one side of the square is the ...
... a glass roof, and the guide said there would be no way it could be built to hold its weight It is now a museum with the history of the war and Hitler and Nuremberg's connection Nuremberg was not thrilled to have these buildings when the war was over, as a reminder of the war and that Hitler chose their city but it was too costly to tear them down. The US used the buildings for many years after the ...
... was never attacked. While 90% of the city was lost during WWII due to the bombing, I believe the old town was relatively unscathed and the restoration was well done.
A large area of the downtown is a walking district, with stores, shops, and markets. We can only imagine how fun it would be here during the famous Christmas Markets. After the guided tour we had some free time to walk the streets. I promptly purchased a gluhwine and ...
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This afternoon we cruised into Nuremberg, the city where Hitler held many rallies, and where the Nazi Trials were conducted after the war. Almost 100% of the city centre was destroyed in 90 minutes of bombing during WWII. Nuremberg has a pop of 500,000, and it was a big trading town dating back to the 11th C.
It's impressive medieval buildings were completely rebuilt using the original stones, after the destruction from the war. We visited the ...
... which are threatening to open on us at any time and the diminished light are contributing to the atmosphere. Of course once we enter the specialty shops that is cast off. One in particular with artisan made wooden decorations, Xmas trinkets and musical pieces, toys etc irised such well made and aesthetic piece. Were we tempted, yes momentarily until we saw the prices. Coming from the Czech Republic they seemed exorbitant and so we moved on. ...