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The Nazis chose Nuremberg to be the site of the Nazi Party Rallies. The still unfinished Congress Hall on the former Nazi Party Rally Grounds now houses the Documentation Center. The 1,300 square meter "Fascination and Terror" exhibition examines...more
This was unforgettable. The building itself is a work of art and the interactive exhibits are a powerful reminder of what transpired. At the end of the exhibit there is a long ramp which leads up and out of the building so one is standing...More
very extensive presentations through the medium of pictures and audio of what the Nazi regime was about, how it presented itself to its public to get to where it eventually got to and how it eventually terrorised everybody. very good sober display
Easy to get there and extremely well done. Very factual and honest presentation of a very difficult subject. Excellent in depth explanation of the Nazi's rise to power. The really scary part is the similarities showing up in today's world. Just hope history does NOT...More
was really disappointed here, literally you listen to an audio guide which goes on for hours! not much to see, just a picture for each number on the audio guide. didn't learn anything we didn't already know really.
An amazing explanation of a very dark period in history and why it came about. I can honestly say that I came away enlightened and somewhat concerned that events can conspire to allow such things to occur. The exhibition is brilliantly presented totally absorbing if...More
This place is incredible. Firstly, I want to reiterate that it is NOT a museum, it's been called a Documentation Centre because that's precisely what it is. Documents accumulated over long periods of time, giving evidence of what occurred during this time in history. Stuff...More
It had to be called a documentation central rather than a museum – which would give it the connotation of being a pleasant place. Certainly well worth a visit to see the rise and fall of Hitler and the Nazis. The building was part of...More