Nurnberg Documentation Centre and Rally Grounds

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Nurnberg Documentation Centre and Rally Grounds

Post by Dingerz » 26 May 2003 05:23

I have a question for anyone who could help me:

Has anyone here visited the Documentation Centre and Rally Grounds at Nurnberg? What is there to see? The explanation on the webpage doesn't really give me a full idea of what exactly is there.

Also, for those of you who have visited - how long on average does it take to go through?


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Post by Geoff Walden » 26 May 2003 09:05


Take a look at the Nuernberg pages on the "Third Reich in Ruins" homepage - . Especially and .

There is really quite a lot left there to see, if you want to visit the whole site. You could easily spend an entire day there, and I wouldn't try to do it in less than at least a whole morning or afternoon.

I haven't been in the documentary display since they moved it to the Kongresshalle, but the previous display in the Zeppelintribune was really good - worth at least an hour or two on its own.

Hope this helps,

Geoff Walden

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