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World history was written in the courtroom of the Nuremberg Palace of Justice. This is where leaders of the Nazi regime had to answer for their crimes before an international tribunal between November 20, 1945, and October 1, 1946. The trials had an...more
Fuerther Str. 110, 90429 Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
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Walk down from the City takes about half an hour...stop off for breakfast at cafe de becks for a breakfast for 2 at a reasonable price. Opens at 10 and free audio guide....make sure you stand near the screen you want to listen to the...More
What a remarkable opportunity to be present in Courtroom 600 where many of the evil perpetrators of the Nazi horrors were put on trial after the end of WWII. The court is still operational, and it has of course changed over the last 70+ years,...More
A group of us visited the Palace of Justice as part of a day trip from Munich. We were all surprised just how much we learned while we were there. We got our listening devices at the desk and proceeded to Courtroom 600. The recording...More
Thus museum was quite simply excellent.
I spent 3 1/2 hours walking round, reading and listening on the headphones provided.
Each individual part has a number and you key that into the control and it explains everything.
Cheap to get in at 6 euros.
It’s recommended if living here or as a follow up from the Doku Zentrum, not only the room 600 is worth it, also there is an exhibition on the historical meaning and details of what was lived here that can easily take you 2 hours...More
I was a German major in college and was fascinated by learning the language, the culture, and trying to understand why Germans did not stand up to Hitler. I have been to many Nazi sites but I felt the Palace of Justice was the "closure"...More
Nuremberg has fabulous historical sites, and this one is a "must see" and experience, even if you have very limited time. There's something powerful about standing where significant historical events occurred. Probably not for very young children because of the grimness of the trials, but...More
Main attraction here is courtroom 600, in which the principal actors in the Nazi hierarchy were tried for war crimes. The courtroom is accessed on the 2nd floor. On the 3rd floor is a very good series of exhibits detailing aspects of the second world...More
Visit the actual site of the famous post WW2 Nuremberg trials, including the actual Courtroom used and still in occasional use today. Entry is €6 including an audio tour, giving enough information to keep you there for hours. We had to curtail our visit as...More