Reichsparteigelande (Nazi Party Rally Grounds), Nuremberg

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Reichsparteigelande (Nazi Party Rally Grounds) is a massive square where the Nazi Party and Adolf Hitler held huge rallies. Some of these infamous gatherings between 1933 and 1938 included nearly a million participants. Today the whole site, more than 11 sq km (4.24 sq mi) is a memorial. You can wander through the remaining buildings, including Zeppelin Field, the SS Barracks, and the gigantic Congress Hall. Before you head to Nuremberg, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Nuremberg travel tool, to make sure you see all that Nuremberg has to offer, including Reichsparteigelande (Nazi Party Rally Grounds).
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  • Weirdly moving experience. Letting the place slowly go to ruin while allowing safe access seems like the best approach. In our trip, I came to respect Germanys treatment of its 20th Century legacy. 
    Weirdly moving experience. Letting the place slowly go to ruin while allowing safe access seems like the best approach. In our trip, I came to respect Germanys treatment of its 20th Century legacy.  more »
  • I don’t usually go out of my way to get depressed while on vacation, but the documentation center is so important that I wish everyone could go there. Mainly through original films, it documents the.....  more
    I don’t usually go out of my way to get depressed while on vacation, but the documentation center is so important that I wish everyone could go there. Mainly through original films, it documents the.....  more »
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  • Amazing building. You get to experience the sheer scale of architecture from that era and there is a very informative exhibition in one corner of the building. However I find it interesting that the inside is used as a waste area…
  • At first I had not anticipated the structure would be so huge. It can easily accommodate in excess of 50000 people at the venue. You can see the Kongresshalle alone and skip the exhibition at the entrance of the place. But you'll miss out on learning few interesting facts from history. The entry is free to kongresshalle. Apart from walking around the place and spending an hour, there is nothing much to do. However, there is a lake close by. You can spend an hour there.

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