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Zeppelinfeld, Nuremberg

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  • I was in 1979 for the concert by the who here and was scared, the site now is how forfeited and unkempt. But it should get back with various construction measures and be upgraded. Hopefully it will bear witness to even following generations as a cautionary example of the megalomania of the Nazi era.
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  • Place where Hitler used to make their speeches. Much of the site was destroyed by bombing in the War, but still good 2 part remains intact. Easy parking on site.
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  • If you have an eye for nature and stuff like that i would say your going to like it, it was on the gps map as one of sights to see on the way to the castle 
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  • The Nazi party rally grounds (German: Reichsparteitagsgelände, Literally: Reich Party Congress Grounds) covered about 11 square kilometres in the southeast of Nuremberg, Germany. Six Nazi party rallies were held there between 1933 and 1938.
  • We took a tour and stopped here along the way. You could feel the history here. Stop by here on a tour or on your own.
  • You have to visit this place, for the history and for the interesting cars and bikes that hang around by the food stand.
  • Recommend to everyone interested in history
  • The place is run down but it is a MUST see because of what happened here. We have all seen it in documentaries, but it is cooling to stand where Hitler stood.