Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelände, Nuremberg

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Visit the infamous site of the Nazi Party's national rallies at Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelände in the historic city of Nuremberg. The museum complex features several exhibits dedicated to the rise and fall of the Third Reich in the north wing of the unfinished Congress Hall. Visit the permanent exhibit, Fascination and Terror, to learn more about National Socialism and its legacy in Nuremberg. Then, venture outside to admire the Coliseum-inspired architecture of the grand building. Don't forget to pick up an audio guide at the entrance; the majority of the exhibits do not provide English descriptions. Put Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelände at the forefront of your travel plans using our Nuremberg trip itinerary maker site.
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  • The Nazi Zeppelin Rally Grounds and the German Congress are next to one another and are a must-see. The Zeppelin grounds are where the rallies of the late 30's were held and the Congress, although... 
    The Nazi Zeppelin Rally Grounds and the German Congress are next to one another and are a must-see. The Zeppelin grounds are where the rallies of the late 30's were held and the Congress, although...  more »
  • It is an outstanding example of how imposing architecture can be used to impress and manipulate the gathered throng. You can almost feel the intensity of those rallies and the collective madness. 
    It is an outstanding example of how imposing architecture can be used to impress and manipulate the gathered throng. You can almost feel the intensity of those rallies and the collective madness.  more »
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  • Tragic history but well worth the experience. Multiple languages supported for tours with hand radios.
  • Very unkept location. Large line outside to get into the museum so I ended up walking around the structure and you can still enter into the center without paying. It seemed you have to book the museum tour a few days in advance on their website.

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