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Weissgerbergasse, Nuremberg

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  • The Walker lane is one of the most beautiful streets in Nuremberg and characterised by its beautiful Fachwerkhäuse. A jewel of the city.
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  • You have to look at this part of Nuremberg's old town. About 200 - 300mtr long part with a very old House stand. As far as I know, the only part that has not been destroyed in the war
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  • Very characteristic for the external architecture of the houses, which seem to come from a fairy tale! Proposes a glimpse of how, probably, would be the city centuries ago.
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  • Nice street with nice looking buildings. Great to walk through if your nearby but not a must see
  • Nice place to go for a stroll and take in some old style German architecture using wood
  • One of the very few medieval streets of Nuremberg received under the bombs of the 2nd World War. Nuremberg look used everywhere.
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  • Most beautiful street of Nuremberg. Not even to imagine how nice it would be if all roads still look like would.
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  • The "before pointing road" in Nuremberg. The Walker Lane, where you can see a few meters of beautiful old Nuremberg.
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