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Nuremberg (in German: Nürnberg; pronunciation: [ˈnʏʁnbɛʁkʰ]) is a city in the Franconia region, in the state of Bavaria, Germany, on the banks of the Pegnitz River in Central Franconia with 535 890 inhabitants in the year 2019 .
The city is known since 1050 and can be reached by river, land or air, as well as national roads has a port and an international airport. Its historic center gives it a special attraction, being surrounded by a medieval wall of more than 5 km built in 1325. This wall was the third that was built due to the growth of its population over the years in order to guarantee the city security. In Nuremberg, from 1424 to 1796, the relics, symbols and jewels of the Holy Germanic Empire were guarded, for which it was endowed with greater security walls. In the historic center there are very few remains of the first and second walls.
The city of Nuremberg is well known, among other things, for its impressive Christmas market, which during the four weeks in which it takes place is visited by more than two million people from different parts of the world. The Nuremberg name is also associated with the trials developed against the National Socialists at the end of World War II.
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Hampton by Hilton Nürnberg City Center
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German National Museum
The German or Germanic National Museum, (in German, Germanisches Nationalmuseum, GNM) is located in the city of Nuremberg (on Kartäusergasse 1 street) and borders the Human Rights Street. It is the largest museum in Germany in the field of the History of Humanity and Culture, and contains the most important collection of German culture and art, beginning with its prehistory collection and ending in the era of Expressionism. In addition to preserving the objects of the Museum, it is dedicated to the scientific investigation of its objects and collections.
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Congress Hotel Mercure Nürnberg an der Messe ★★★★
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Church of Our Lady (Nuremberg)
The Church of Our Lady of Nuremberg, is a Gothic church in the city of Nuremberg, (Germany). It is a magnificent example of Baltic Gothic or brick Gothic that was built on the initiative of the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire Carlos IV, between 1350 and 1358. The church contains many sculptures, some of them very restored. Numerous works of art from the Middle Ages are preserved in the church, such as the so-called Altar Tucher (c. 1440, originally the main altar of the Augustinian church of San Vito), and two monuments of Adam Kraft (1498).
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Nuremberg Castle (in German, Nürnberger Burg) is a historic construction on a sandstone rock in the north of the historic city of Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany. It comprises three sections: the Imperial Castle ("Kaiserburg"), some constructions of the Nuremberg Burgraves ("Burggrafenburg"), and the municipal buildings of the Imperial City in the eastern part ("Reichsstädtische Bauten"). The castle together with the City Walls of Nuremberg stands out for being one of the most considerable medieval military systems in Europe.
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Nuremberg Central Station
Nuremberg Central Station (in German Nürnberg Hauptbahnhof) is the main railway station serving the city of Nuremberg in Germany. It is the largest station in northern Bavaria and belongs to the 20 stations in the highest importance category assigned by DB Station & Service.
It is a direct station with 22 platforms and is located on the main transportation axes north-south and east-west. It offers connections with the main German cities of Leipzig, Berlin, Augsburg, Ingolstadt, Munich, Würzburg, Frankfurt and Regensburg, as well as with Linz and Vienna in Austria and Prague in the Czech Republic. More than 450 trains stop here daily and more than 180,000 passengers use the station on average every day. It is also an important public transport hub in Nuremberg.
The central station is located on the southeast perimeter of the old center (in German Altstadt) of Nuremberg, just in front of the Königstor (King's Gate), where the streets of Marientorgraben, Frauentorgraben and Bahnhofstraße are located. The DB Museum, the corporate museum of Deutsche Bahn AG (formerly the Verkehrsmuseum or Transport Museum), is close to the station, as is the Staatstheater Nürnberg opera house.