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Nuremberg Cruises

About Nuremberg

The second largest city in Bavaria, Nuremberg is filled with Gothic churches and traditional half-timbered houses. Although nearly destroyed during World War II, the remaining medieval city walls still feature some of the watchtowers and gateways. Nuremberg was well known historically for its metal and toy craftsmanship, and the city is infamous for its role in World War II, as both the site of Zeppelin Field’s Nazi rallies and as the site of the war crimes trials at the Palace of Justice, immortalized in the 1961 film, Judgment at Nuremberg.