Norimberga cosa vedere

Come è difficile scegliere il miglior cioccolato dalla grande scatola di cioccolatini diversi, quello e molto più difficile è scegliere cosa vedere per primo nella seconda città più grande di tutta la Germania. Ecco alcune cose fondamentali su Norimberga. Come detto, è la seconda città più grande della Germania. Il suo nome tedesco è Nürnberg […]

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Processo di Norimberga

“Nürnberger Prozesse” o Processo di Norimberga si sono svolti dal 1945 al 1949. Questo tribunale è stato organizzato molto prima perché le forze alleate erano convinte che insieme, possono vincere la seconda guerra mondiale. Tra queste forze c’erano gli Stati Uniti d’America, l’ex Unione Sovietica e il Regno Unito.I processi alleati erano coperti dal diritto […]

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Nuremberg Airport

Nuremberg airport got its name from one of the most important people in art in this city. It’s called ‘Albrecht Durer Flughafen Nürnberg‘ or the Albert Durer airport of Nuremberg. This is one of the International airports and one of the most important for travelers to the cargo that contains all kinds of goods. It connects major […]

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Things to do in Nuremberg

As hard is to choose the best chocolate from the large box of different chocolates, that and much harder is to choose what to see first in the second largest town in the whole of Germany.Here are some basic things about Nuremberg. As said, it is the second-largest town in Germany. Its German name is […]

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Nuremberg Trials

‘Nürnberger Prozesse’ or Nuremberg Trials Nuremberg Trials were held from 1945 to 1949. This court was organized much earlier because the Allied Forces were convinced that together, can win World War II. Among those forces were the United States of America, the former Soviet Union, and the United Kingdom.Allied Trials were being covered by international […]

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Beautiful Fountain – you get three wishes fulfilled

Legend has it that if you turn the golden ring of the beautiful fountain three times, you get three wishes fulfilled, if you turn three times you can look forward to many children. The Schöne Brunnen is the original name of the Beautiful Fountain. At first, it was a modest smaller fountain with the Christian […]

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Uova di Norimberga

Le uova di Norimberga sono orologi molto speciali realizzati alla fine del XVI secolo. È un piccolo orologio a forma di uovo che funziona come gli orologi funzionavano una volta. È un orologio ornamentale, a rotazione, realizzato per coloro che avevano abbastanza soldi per comprarlo per se stessi o come regalo per i propri cari.

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Vergine di Norimberga

Vergine di Norimberga è stato uno dei dispositivi di tortura più duri che sono stati realizzati per coloro che hanno ricevuto la punizione più dura. La prima traccia scritta di questa camera di tortura risale al XIX secolo a Norimberga.Era una camera di ferro, fatta per una persona, con punte all’interno, quindi una persona che […]

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Nuremberg egg by Nuremberg clockmaker Peter Henlein

Nuremberg egg is a very special clock made in the late 16th century. It is a small egg-like clock that works like the watches were working once upon a time. It’s an ornament, spin-driven watch made for those who had enough money to buy it for themselves, or as a present for the loved ones. […]

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Best Restaurants in Nuremberg

Nuremberg is the town in Germany and certainly the place where you can find a lot more than you would ever expect. When looking to the other cities Nuremberg is underestimated for no apparent reason.They have a lot more to offer to tourists than some of the art, streets, food, and national treasures that are […]

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Iron Maiden of Nuremberg

Iron Maiden of Nuremberg was one of the hardest torture devices that were made for those who got the hardest punishment. The first written trace of this torture chamber was in the 19th century in Nuremberg.It was a chamber made of iron, made for one person, with spikes inside, so one person that was in […]

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Zeppelinfeld

Zeppelinfeld, in English meaning The Zeppelin Fields was once Nuremberg rally ground. It was one of the first works of Albert Speer’s works for the Nazy Party. The Nuremberg Rally Ground is made in such a large place, that everyone who would want to come, there was a seat for them.In the middle of the […]

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Nuremberg Churches

Nuremberg – Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche) The Frauenkirche was built from 1352 to 1358 at the instigation of Emperor Carl IV. Name itself means The Church Of Our Lady ). The oldest hall church in Franconia, it was constructed under the supervision of the master cathedral builder and architect of Prague, Peter Parler. The […]

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Kaiserburg – Imperial Castle of Nuremberg

The Rising of Nuremberg and Kaiserberg as its main Castle More about palaces and castles The Beginnings of Nuremberg as a town was preceded with The Law Makers. As a town of great value to those who could profit from it got large from the first day of its mentioning. The first books about the […]

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