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... to death. The synagogue was destroyed. The towns were united. Nuremburg became the centre of the Holy Roman Empire.
After the Church of our Lady was near demolished by allied bombing in 1945, it was rebuilt in the early 1950s. It was restored in the 1980s the altar designed to remember the persecution of the Jews and the original synagogue.
Today the altar reflects the shape of the Jewish menorah, with a Torah beneath. The new Nuremburg.
... and then was redone again to make it smaller but most of the basic elements are still the same. They had built a jail to connect to this building so the war criminals did not go into the streets so they would not be killed. We heard about the defendants, the judges and the american lawyer who changed the course of the trial - each defendant passed the buck to their superior and the judge said 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 ...
... we wanted to see. Our guide through the dungeons spoke only German but from the sights and short brochure we could follow enough. We lagged behind with a Brazilian tourist who was equally lost with the language. Being at the back did allow us good photo opportunities. Along with ******* cells we saw the torture instruments used during interrogations. Heavy weights and handcuffs lined the walls of a room with a pulley to lift prisoners off the ...