Zeppelinfeld, Nuremberg

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The Nazi party rally grounds covered about 11 square kilometres in the southeast of Nuremberg, Germany. Six Nazi party rallies were held there between 1933 and 1938.OverviewThe grounds included: The Luitpoldarena, a deployment area the Luitpold Hall or "Old Congress Hall" the Kongresshalle or Neue Kongresshalle the Zeppelinfeld, another deployment area the Märzfeld , a deployment area for the Wehrmacht the Deutsche Stadion , which was to be the largest sports stadium in the world the former Stadion der Hitlerjugend the Große Straße, a parade road. A "Haus der Kultur" and a representative entrance portal towards the "Great Road" were planned at the northwestern end of the "Great Road", near the Congress Hall.Only Zeppelinfeld, Luitpoldarena and Große Straße were finished. The Kongresshalle, Zeppelinfeld and the Große Straße have been under monument protection since 1973 as significant examples for NS architecture.The grounds were planned by Hitler's architect Albert Speer, apart from the Congress hall, which was planned by Ludwig and Franz Ruff.
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  • Visited here for Who, AC/DC concert in 1979. We had an amazing concert with many performers that day. At that time I was not aware of the Nazi history here. 1979 Nurmberg open air fest. The...  more »
  • This is free to visit and even if you are not a fan of Nazi's, what they did or stood for, this is still worth visiting. You can almost sense the german soliders matching/parading along here. The...  more »
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  • If anyone walks away from this experience as doesn’t feel the power of such an oppressive venue, I would be amazed. I liked this experience for what it captures. It doesn’t hide a thing, and gives people living now a true sense of power gone wrong. It’s well done and I hope it can be preserved for generations to come.
  • This field was build where a zeppelin landed but Hitler made it a place to have rallies of thousands of people so one both sides of the field were about 15 or so buildings that were actually bathroom facilities. this giant field was filled with Germans supporting the Nazi Party. It felt very uncomfortable standing in the area where Hitler led rallies against minorities and the rest of the world.

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