Zeppelin Field was built as the Nazi Rally Grounds.
The grandstand structure is still there and now used for sporting events and concerts.
After a gut wrenching start of the tour we ended at the Palace of Justice and more specifically Court Room 600, the site of the Nuremberg Trials.
The small museum inside the courthouse was riveting. The place was like a three-ringed circus during the trials, and the museum did a good job presenting that.
Even though Christmas had come and gone by the time we arrived in Nuremberg, the Old Town was still lit up beautifully. My iPhone took some nice nighttime photos...
The Schöner Brunnen (The Beautiful Fountain)-1396 and Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady)-1361
Lebkuchen (like gingerbread) is a specialty of Nuremberg.
Lorenzkirche (St. Lorenz Cathedral) built between 1243-1477, but sustained damage in WWII. Reconstructed in 1952.
Nuremberg is a charming city with loads of history. I was glad to have visited.